[php-maint] Any volunteers for sieving the test-results.txt?

Lior Kaplan kaplan at debian.org
Wed Feb 1 11:42:56 UTC 2012

On Wed, Feb 1, 2012 at 12:31 PM, Ondřej Surý <ondrej at sury.org> wrote:

> Hi,
> since our build has a number of patches attached I think it would
> be a good idea to try to build php "without" our patches attached,
> run a test suite and compare the results with php5-common stored
> test-results.txt. That way we could nail down any problems which
> might be caused by our patches.
> Since I am (as usual) very short on free time I could use some help
> here.

I'll try that next week (after FOSDEM).

Don't bother to do that for 5.3.x, but 5.4RC6 has couple of Segmentation
> fauls which I think definitely needs to be found. And I suggest to wait
> for RC7 which should be out shortly.

Indeed, RC7 includes some fixes to important problems.

Also one minor task - I have cherry-picked debian-sid changes to
> debian-experimental branch. It would be good if somebody diffed
> debian/ directories and checked if I really picked all the important
> stuff.

I'll try to go over it after FOSDEM.

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