[php-maint] Bug#654439: Release state of suhosin for wheezy

Jan Wagner waja at cyconet.org
Sat Jan 14 09:46:51 UTC 2012

Dear PHP Maintainers,

On Wednesday, 4. January 2012, Jan Wagner wrote:
> On Tuesday 03 January 2012 21:38:12 Marc-Christian Petersen wrote:
> > tried that on a fresh sid install, 32bit, same problem there.
> > 
> > I've also noticed that sometimes you see log entries like:
> > 
> > Jan  3 20:42:42 testhost ERT - script tried to disable memory_limit by
> > setting i... Jan  3 20:44:01 testhost LERT - script tried to disable
> > memory_limit by setting i...
> > 
> > you notice the missing AL and missing A ...
> > 
> > seems Suhosin is totally b0rked with new PHP 5.3.8 ...
> This functionality is part of the suhosin patch which is integrated into
> the php5 package, so I'm reassigning the bug to this package.
> Anyways ... actuall it looks like the whole suhosin project is some kind of
> abandoned.  We got not response to mailing the upstream maintainer, the
> forum[1] is broken and no new releases since ages, but a security problem
> is open since long time, see #631283 [2].
> The question which comes to my mind is: "Do we want to ship weezy with
> software under such bad conditions?"
> [1] http://forum.hardened-php.net/
> [2] http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=631283

any statement from your point of view about release state of suhosin. We 
(maintainers of php-suhosin) think php-suhosin is definetly not in shape to be 
released at the moment. How do you see this for the patch you are carring in 

Thanks and with kind regards, Jan.
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