[php-maint] Plans for stretch - php5 vs php5.6?
ondrej at sury.org
Thu Jun 9 07:04:14 UTC 2016
next stable Debian release (aka stretch) will ship only PHP 7.0. In
fact, there are no plans to ship more than one PHP release in any future
The PHP 5.x will be supported in external repositories. There's the
repository https://packages.sury.org/php/ I am maintaining right now and
when Debian has (if ever) official personal/project repositories, it
will be moved and actively maintained there.
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On Thu, Jun 9, 2016, at 04:30, Gedalya wrote:
> I've seen talk about removing php5, and having PHP 5 coinstallable with
> Currently src:php5 seems to already support coinstallability with 7.0. At
> the same time, src:php5.6 is actively maintained in git in tandem with
> I'd like to know please, what are the plans? Which, if any, flavor of PHP
> 5 will be in stretch?
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