On Sat, Jul 19, 2008 at 10:06:32AM +0200, Remi Collet wrote:
Some have perhaps already read
I start working on this major release and I hope upstream will be ready
for Fedora 10... (Joe, any idea/goal about this ?) or Fedora 11.
Awesome work, thanks a lot! Last I checked upstream said the aim was
for 5.3 to be out in September/October timescale. The F10 feature
freeze is August 19th, so this is probably going to be a F11 thing.
- phar is now part of main php, so php-phar (or php-common ?) will
to obsolete php-pecl-phar
I think php-common will be appropriate for phar unless it's a really
- gd/t1lib : what about enabling this option as dependency is
in Fedora ? (we could have done this for a while, i don't find any
discussion about this in the archive).
I hadn't see that; yeah, no reason why not to enable in in Fedora right
now. Feel free to commit the necessary changes :)
- make test : all test fails. Need some work.
Are there ABI changes in 5.3? ABI changes will break "make test" if the
patch to force use of "php -n" throughout the test suite is not complete
(which it usually isn't), and old 5.2.x system .so files get loaded.
- pear 1.7.2 is required to build extension : not a problem, already
And thanks for doing that too ;)