[php-maint] FW: [ZEND-ENGINE-CVS] cvs: ZendEngine2(PHP_5_2) / zend_compile.c zend_compile.h zend_execute.c zend_execute.h zend_hash.c zend_hash.h zend_language_parser.y zend_object_handlers.c zend_vm_def.h zend_vm_execute.h /tests bug35106.phpt b

Raphael Geissert atomo64+debian at gmail.com
Sun Sep 9 18:41:59 UTC 2007

HI everybody,

On 09/09/2007, sean finney <seanius at debian.org> wrote:
> hi raphael, andi,
> On Sunday 09 September 2007 01:51:48 am Raphael Geissert wrote:
> > Hi Sean,
> >
> > I've already talked to Anibal and there's no problem. These are all
> > the php-related packages I've pending:
> >
> > http://mentors.debian.net/debian/pool/main/l/libphp-amf/libphp-amf_1.2.6-1.
> >dsc
> > http://mentors.debian.net/debian/pool/main/z/zend-framework/zend-framework_
> >1.0.1-1.dsc
> cool!  i haven't actually tried the package out only because i'm not horribly
> familiar (i.e. at all) with the zend framework, but it passes lintian without
> any warnings, and looks good from a quick overview.
> i also checked the licensing, as that's been an issue in the past with other
> debianized packages of php/pear stuff.  I don't see any significant
> problems with that here though, since pretty much everything seems
>  to be under a BSD style license instead of the php v3 license.
> *however*, there are a few exceptions to the above, which need to get
> fixed before i could sign off on it.  i would count an email from someone
> at zend saying, "oh, that was an oversight/typo/omission" or "you can use
> this new bsd license for that too" as "fixed", assuming that some day it
> will actually be fixed.
> - many of the files refer to the license at
>         http://www.zend.com/license/framework/1_0.txt
>   which 404's for me.  i'm guessing that these haven't been updated
>   to the "new-bsd" license?  grep puts the number of files at around 120, so
>   i won't bother trying to list them here.
> - one file:
>         ./demos/Zend/Gdata/Blogger.php:
>   seems to still use the PHP license.  i don't think this is ought to be a
>   problem, but the ftp-master (the gatekeepers for new software in
>   debian) take a particularly hard line on this license and it may require
>   arguing/justifying later on if they decide to get picky.
> - also, many of the files refer to the file LICENSE as having the copyright
>   info, when it is in fact LICENSE.txt.  hardly worth mentioning, but since
>   i was already looking i might as well mention it :)

I've already mentioned part of this problem at the issues tracker[1]
but still nothing new.

> so, if someone from zend could follow up on these issues, and if you could put
> their statements following up on the issue in ./debian/copyright, i'd be happy
> to sign off on it.
> oh, btw, i've added you to the pkg-php alioth group now, so you should
> have svn access.  i'll send another email about that shortly.

Ok, thanks :) I'll have to get used to svn-buildpackage and friends
but I will try to commit the apckages ASAP.

>         sean

[1] http://framework.zend.com/issues/browse/ZF-507

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