Bug#421304: closed by Steve Langasek <email@example.com> (Re:
[php-maint] Bug#421304: php-pear 5.2.0-11 depends on php-common
5.2.0-11 wich isn't avaible on i386.)
José Ildefonso Camargo Tolosa
ildefonso_camargo at yahoo.com
Sat Apr 28 12:22:40 UTC 2007
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De: Debian Bug Tracking System <owner at bugs.debian.org>
Para: José Ildefonso Camargo Tolosa <ildefonso_camargo at yahoo.com>
Enviado: viernes, 27 de abril, 2007 16:51:04
Asunto: Bug#421304 closed by Steve Langasek <vorlon at debian.org> (Re: [php-maint] Bug#421304: php-pear 5.2.0-11 depends on php-common 5.2.0-11 wich isn't avaible on i386.)
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#421304: php-pear 5.2.0-11 depends on php-common 5.2.0-11 wich isn't avaible on i386.,
which was filed against the php-pear package.
It has been closed by Steve Langasek <vorlon at debian.org>.
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On Fri, Apr 27, 2007 at 11:31:57AM -0700, José Ildefonso Camargo Tolosa wrote:
> Package: php-pear
> Version: 5.2.0-11
> php-pear 5.2.0-11 depends on php5-common 5.2.0-11 wich isn't avaible on i386, according to:
> php5-common 5.2.0-11 is only avaible on amd64.
> I'm using Debian sid, as of 2007-04-27, using the
> http://ftp.de.debian.org/debian mirror.
This by itself is not a bug in php-pear. The package just needs to be built
for the i386 architecture in unstable, which currently depends on sorting
out some other packages.
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I know it is not a bug in php-pear *itself*, but it is realted to it, because one can't install it.
Ok, so let me understand: a part of a package is "fully avaible" in one arch, and only partially in another........ and that's not a bug, php-pear is part of the same source package as php5-common, and thus if we build php5-common, we would be building php-pear, and I don't see how this isn't a bug.
Somehow the php-pear package got into i386 and php5-common didn't!, can u explain that, please?
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