[pkg-horde] [php-maint] Bug#778374: Bug#778374: php5 5.6.5 fully breaks Horde packages in Debian jessie
ondrej at sury.org
Tue Feb 17 09:33:08 UTC 2015
I am sorry for the breakages. The packages with the revert-patch is
building right now (the test take a long time to finish).
Mike and/or PHP Horde maintainers,
would you be willing to help with regression testing for each new PHP
release as part of release process?
Currently we only check the test results for any regressions before
uploading a new PHP version to the stable (wheezy) or testing-in-freeze
(jessie) and doing some basic testing of Horde framework seems like a
good thing to do.
On Tue, Feb 17, 2015, at 10:14, Mike Gabriel wrote:
> Hi Ondřej
> On Di 17 Feb 2015 09:56:44 CET, Ondřej Surý wrote:
> > Mike,
> > On Sat, Feb 14, 2015, at 12:36, Mike Gabriel wrote:
> >> Hi,
> >> > The attached patch against php5 allows Horde to start again.
> >> >
> >> > With that patched php5 version on my Debian jessie system, IMP
> >> > (Horde's mail client) seems to work ok again. However, I also see
> >> > regressions in Kronolith (calenadaring tool), Turba (address book)
> >> > and Nag (task planner). I will investigate this further later today.
> >> Just a short update notice. After having given my Horde instance some
> >> time to "recover" (invalidate cashes and such stuff), the complete
> >> Horde system is back in play and works nicely with my patch 5.6.5.
> >> Please dearly consider reverting my sent-in patch in the current php5
> >> version in jessie/unstable.
> > I don't clearly understand this sentence. Did you mean
> > s/reverting/applying/?
> I meant:
> (a) apply my sent-in patch
> (b) which reverts a recent upstream commit
> Sorry for being unclear here. I was a bit under stress when my main
> communication portal had gone offline due to this php5 issue.
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