[php-maint] Bug#893967: Bug#893967: php-defaults: Drop distribution name from package descriptions
ondrej at sury.org
Mon Mar 26 10:18:23 UTC 2018
the d/control is generated from d/control.in and the contents are crafted based on number of supported PHP version, as the default PHP version and supported versions might differ between Debian, Ubuntu and other distributions.
It might be just fine to replace Debian with a substvar though, patches are welcome, php-defaults is hosted on salsa.d.o.
Ondřej Surý <ondrej at sury.org>
On Sat, Mar 24, 2018, at 18:15, Jeremy Bicha wrote:
> Source: php-defaults
> Version: 60
> The packages in php-defaults have this sentence which is a bit
> problematic for derivative distributions:
> "This package is a dependency package, which depends on Debian's
> default PHP version"
> Please consider removing the specific mention of Debian here. Ubuntu
> modifies php-defaults to replace "Debian" with "Ubuntu" but that feels
> like extra unneeded work.
> Other Comments
> 1. Please drop the Ubuntu "precise" rule from debian/rules since
> Ubuntu 12.04 LTS is no longer in regular support status and it doesn't
> make sense to backport new php-defaults versions there any more.
> 2. Please finish the php7.2 transition to allow Ubuntu to sync this
> package. See the final comment at
> Jeremy Bicha
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