[php-maint] Some goodies

Lior Kaplan kaplan at debian.org
Fri Feb 10 12:01:38 UTC 2012

On Fri, Feb 10, 2012 at 1:57 PM, Ondřej Surý <ondrej at sury.org> wrote:

> /git/pkg-php/php-maint-tools is a git repo which have some scripts:
> - I have used for mass bug filling (php54-reportbug)
> - I have used to check packages for known bugs (php-check)
> If anybody has a time then php-check could be improved to transform to
> generic phplint and include more tests (f.e. t1lib functions removal
> should be checked)
> /git/pkg-php/php-src/ keeps up-to-date (update hourly) git-svn
> repository of upstream SVN. You cannot use it using cloning, but you
> will have to do rsync this directly to your local filesystem first.
> But the 'git svn clone' is lengthy and cpu/bandwidth-intense process,
> so it is a good head start. This would at least help me to not want to
> kill myself everytime I work with upstream SVN.

Do we really need a clone of upstream files?

We usually only need the official versions (and cherry-pick once in a

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