[php-maint] Re: final php5 changes for etch
seanius at debian.org
Sun Oct 22 22:53:21 CEST 2006
On Sat, 2006-10-21 at 03:31 -0700, Steve Langasek wrote:
> If you have time to upload this weekend, please go ahead. If you aren't
> going to get to it this weekend, please hold off on the upload until the
> apache2.2 transition finishes. I'm expecting that transition to be ready
> early to mid next week, which leaves a window for uploading php5 in the next
> day or two without disrupting that schedule.
whoops, i've been AFK since friday afternoon so i missed my chance i
guess. actually i've been on the road and haven't had a chance to
finish testing anyway.
> > *but* there are two unresolved issues:
> > - handling non-purge removal
> > - handling previous modifications (extension=foo.so in php.ini)
> > for the latter, we can either (a) not care, which results in WARNING
> > messages about duplicate modules, or (b) prune them out of the
> > respective config files.
> As we discussed on IRC, I would prefer to see these module packages take
> responsibility for their own mess, and clean up the old module entries in
yes, and i've committed something to svn (php5 only for now) to this
if upgrading from < $next_upload_version
if extension line is in SAPI/php.ini
remove extension line
which should do the trick.
in the next couple days i'll be spending some time testing sarge->etch
transition route with various combinations/permutations of apache/php
setup to make sure nothing explodes, which should make mid-next week
a reasonable time to upload it.
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