[php-maint] Bug#437796: preparing an upload for php5

sean finney seanius at debian.org
Wed Aug 20 19:24:22 UTC 2008

okay, in a response to the response to myself in response to thijs...

On Wednesday 20 August 2008 08:07:53 pm sean finney wrote:
> On Wednesday 20 August 2008 07:34:20 pm sean finney wrote:
> > On Wednesday 20 August 2008 12:29:37 am Thijs Kinkhorst wrote:
> > > We've got some pending issues in svn including a fix for a serious bug.
> > > Any thoughts about uploading that sometime soon?
> >
> > okay, i'll fire off a build/upload right now :)
> er, nix that, there are two more fixes we want first, as raphael pointed
> out to me on irc:
> - libmysqlclient_r rollback

is this really necessary?  from my reading of #495575 (added to cc), this only 
affects mixed etch/lenny systems.  furthermore it seems to me that 
libaprutil1 would need to be updated to use the non-_r libmysqlclient as 
well, which hasn't yet happened.

> - sqlite linking problem

as far as i can tell, there isn't a problem here (cc'ing the BR for this too, 
#437796).  there are three sqlite extensions in php:

- sqlite: an sqlite2-api-using extension
- sqlite3: an sqlite3-api-using extension, available via pecl
- pdo_sqlite: an sqlite3-api-using extension that exports a PDO interface

where the first and last are provided by the core php package.

from reading http://www.mail-archive.com/internals@lists.php.net/msg37751.html 
i get the impression that "this is the way it's supposed to be", or at least 
not an important severity bug that needs to be fixed just before the release.

therefore i'm relegating both of these issues to further list discussion, and 
proceeding with the previously aborted build/tag.

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