[php-maint] Fixing other PHP PEAR packages for Squeeze

Thomas Goirand thomas at goirand.fr
Sat Dec 4 08:41:47 UTC 2010

On 12/04/2010 02:34 AM, Adam D. Barratt wrote:
> On Fri, 2010-12-03 at 21:18 +0800, Thomas Goirand wrote:
>> As far as I remember, you said there was issues upgrading
>> php-http-request and php-soap from Lenny to Squeeze, with the same fix
>> as for php-net-smtp. Should I submit some RC bugs against these 2, and
>> fix them in SID? Is there another package that I missed, or only these 2?
> There's also php-xml-parser.
> Each of those three packages is RC-buggy and should be fixed in sid and
> squeeze; for some reason I had in mind that the php-net-smtp bug came
> from an archive rebuild and there would therefore already be bugs for
> the other packages - clearly that was not the case.

Nop, it was reported from someone in pkg-php-maint. I sent bugs against
these 3 packages. I have just fixed php-xml-parser (and also commited
the fixes that I uploaded for -2, since pabs told me how to use svn when
we saw each other at the Vietnam miniDebconf).

> php-http-request and php-xml-parser have pkg-php-maint set as the
> maintainer (you're even in Uploaders for the latter)

Yup, since I fixed a PHP 5.3 issue in it! :)

> so could presumably
> be fixed without having to open and then close bug reports; feel free to
> file reports if you're then going to fix them though. :-)

I did send 3 bug reports, as I think it is more clean this way.
php-xml-parser is uploaded to SID already (given the state of Testing
and SID, and the type of package, it's fine to upload directly from my
Squeeze laptop, right?). Feel free to unblock.

For php-http-request, I don't get why my "svn-buildpackage" is failing.
I hope that someone can help me with using SVN (which I quite dislike...).

For php-soap, I think it's best to give 4 or 5 days to the current
maintainers so they can fix the issue (both are DD). If they don't
reply, I'll do an NMU.

I'm now working on sbox-dtc (which has a stupid Unix right issue because
I didn't understand how SUID worked...).


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