[Pkg-php-pecl] new package: php-sca-sdo suggested
kaplan at debian.org
Wed Oct 28 20:04:44 UTC 2015
I think your best change would be to get the source public and help people
contribute back. I think you can at least have the change on a git account
and trying to contact the PHP people to have the package page on pecl refer
to it (maybe even uploading something new to pecl).
As per Debian, let start with filing a request for package (RFP) and trying
to have someone to help you with the packaging.
If you decide to package it yourself, that change it to intent to package
On Tue, Oct 27, 2015 at 11:54 PM, Peter Sági <psagi at freemail.hu> wrote:
> Dear PECL Team,
> I have been using the SCA_SDO module (https://pecl.php.net/package/SCA_SDO)
> package for a small web application (DB-appserver-frontendserver-browser
> architecture) since 2010 providing the SOAP WS layer between the appserver
> and the frontendserver).
> The PECL module is quite outdated - does not even build at least since
> 2011 on Debian. I did a bit of work to make it build on Jessie (and Sid)
> and put it into a Debian package (available here:
> https://pety.dynu.net/cloudbank_repo/debian_sid_20151025/). It is based
> on the original source code (v1.2.4) available on the PECL site and I added
> patch files to the Debian source package.
> I thought it might be useful to the broader community if they can use this
> package for projects needing web services on the PHP platform. (I know of
> some people interested in SCA_SDO on the phpsoa at googlegroups.com list.)
> I am not sure if there is a chance to get this package into Debian and if
> yes, what would be the best way to accomplish it. (I am not a Debian
> Maintainer or anywhere close to that, this is my first attempt to create a
> package - doing coding as a hobby.)
> So please give me some hints how to make a progress (if I should at all).
> Thank you for the help in advance,
> Peter Sági
> PS. Please reply to my address (too) as I am not member of the
> pkg-php-pecl list.
> Pkg-php-pecl mailing list
> Pkg-php-pecl at lists.alioth.debian.org
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