On Wednesday, 01 November 2017 at 17:32, Remi Collet wrote:
Le 28/10/2017 à 01:47, Jason L Tibbitts III a écrit :
> A new section was added to the packaging guidelines regarding shebang
> lines. It forbids the use of 'env' and codifies the longstanding rpmlint
> rule that non-executable files should not have shebang lines.
I strongly disapproved this new forbidden use of env.
You're welcome to bring the issue back to the FPC and present new
It works perfectly and have lot of benefits, at least for SCL users,
SCLs are not part of Fedora.
especially for PHP stack where compatibility is very good between
Yes, I have a huge usage of multi-versions of the language installed and
I don't see any parallel-installable php engine packages in Fedora,
so I'm not sure I see your point.
If you meant EPEL, then you're welcome to talk to EPSCo about changing
the rules for EPEL only.
Switching back to hard coded path to PHP binary will be, IMHO, a
regression for PHP developers.
I won't change any of my package.
Sorry, Remi, but that's just hostile and uncooperative for no good
reason. Please calm down so that we can have a reasonable discussion.
Did you forget https://getfedora.org/code-of-conduct
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