[php-maint] bug in php5-recode on amd64

Raphael Geissert atomo64+debian at gmail.com
Mon Dec 31 22:16:50 UTC 2007

On 29/12/2007, Steve Langasek <vorlon at debian.org> wrote:
> On Fri, Dec 28, 2007 at 09:38:54AM +0100, Thomas Stegbauer wrote:
> > hi package maintainer's,
> > i am not sure, if this is the right way.
> The right way is to file a bug report via bugs.debian.org.
> > there seems to be an bug in php5-recode on amd64 and there exist's a patch.
> > http://bugs.php.net/bug.php?id=41765
> > is it possible to get new debian packages via "security" upgrade or via
> > "4.0r2" or should i recompile the package for myself?
> It should only be updated via "security" if it's an exploitable security
> hole.  It will only be updated via 4.0r3 (4.0r2 is already released and will
> include no more updates) if the bug is considered release-critical by the
> SRMs and the maintainers also prepare an update for this issue.

It is not a security-related bug but it _could_ be considered RC
because it seems to always crash on 64bits archs.
Thomas: please fill a bug report using the BTS so it can be handled
the right way.

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