[php-maint] upload of 5.2.9
seanius at debian.org
Tue Mar 24 18:24:55 UTC 2009
On Tue, Mar 24, 2009 at 09:34:56AM -0700, Ondřej Surý wrote:
> > alternatively, we could just shrug and take a slightly different approach,
> > using git-import-dsc for each of the currently released (in debian terms)
> > versions of php, though we'd loose our long and wonderful history...
> Do we need a history anyway? What for? Let's keep SVN read-only
> for leasons on history :) and start git with git-import-dsc from 5.2.9-1
> or even we can start fresh with 5.3.x.
well, this is certainly an option... but if we were to do this i'd still want
to have sarge/etch/lenny php5 in the same location for sanity's sake. but
it shouldn't be such a great deal of effort to do that:
for dist in sarge etch lenny squeeze sid experimental (chronological order)
for distrelease in "" -security -proposed-updates
if it makes sense
branch from previous dist-distrelease branches (or empty one for first)
git-import-dsc the files to new debian/upstream branches
git tag the current version
this could probably be done entirely manually within a couple hours on
a lazy saturday morning. the conversion of the svn stuff would be nice
to have and a good academic exercise, but i honestly can't motivate the
effort to do it... what do folks think if we just cop out and take an
easier path like this?
mark, could you chime in a bit more on what you've already done for php 5.3 and
the git repo you mentioned?
in the meantime, since there's general agreement and interest for moving to
git i'll go ahead and submit a ticket to alioth for whatever we'll eventually
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