cvs commit: ports MOVED UPDATING ports/databases Makefile
ports/devel Makefile ports/graphics Makefile ports/security Makefile
ports/Mk bsd.php.mk ports/databases/php5-dbase Makefile
ports/devel/php5-ncurses Makefile ports/devel/php5-pcre Makefile ...
itetcu at FreeBSD.org
Sat Apr 10 13:58:52 UTC 2010
On Sat, 10 Apr 2010 14:20:00 +0200
Alex Dupre <sysadmin at alexdupre.com> wrote:
> Ion-Mihai Tetcu ha scritto:
> > Well, fixed. Take a look please, it was after 4a.m. when I
> > committed.
> It avoids the dependency issue, but I don't like it very much,
> because it simply ignore what's stored in php.conf and force "pcre
> spl". I'm not sure which would be the best solution, if adding
> (instead of overriding) "pcre spl" to PHP_EXT_INC, or giving en error
> because you are trying to install a port depending on PHP, but you
> have an out-of-date PHP installation.
Without something like this INDEX is broken on any machine that has
previous PHP5 installed. Which breaks package management tools for
anyone using a locally built INDEX (which is the only correct way once
you started do build anything with non-default options). So the later is
not a solution.
ATM with previous version of php5 PHP_EXT_INC is not set in php.conf,
and this is not user-settable. Are you worried about next updates or
am I missing something?
IOnut - Un^d^dregistered ;) FreeBSD "user"
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