PEAR 1.7.0 introduced a new "cfg" role, analagous to our RPM "%config"
role. This was something I requested, since I always found it strange
that PEAR didn't have such a thing when we find it useful in RPM land,
and PEAR and RPM are comparable in their goals.
Anyway, as it stands in rawhide, cfg_dir defaults to /usr/share/pear/cfg
but I think it really should be /etc/pear . (Then you would get config
files installed like so: /etc/pear/Some_Package/foo.ini)
Joe Orton a écrit :
> On Wed, Jan 30, 2008 at 05:29:48PM +0000, Tim Jackson wrote:
>> FYI I have built PEAR 1.7.0RC2 locally and it seems to be OK, I've been
>> using it for a while.
>> PEAR 1.7.0 final should be out in the next few days so I think we should
>> get that into F9 test 2 as it has some really important new features (esp.
>> file roles www_dir, cfg_dir)
> Sounds good to me :)
PEAR 1.7.0 is out.
I've build (localy) the updated package : no problem.
I will do a full test (building / installing / testing) some extensions
(PEAR and PECL) and if all is ok, I will push it to rawhide (probably