PHP-Ports: Help improving QA
000.fbsd at quip.cz
Thu Jun 8 08:58:32 UTC 2017
Torsten Zuehlsdorff wrote on 2017/06/08 08:57:
> as PHP-maintainer i first want to thank all for the great feedback and
> patches send on various ways. You keep my live interesting :)
> In the last months i learned a lot about various configurations,
> settings and bugs. Also - sadly - there are always PRs, patches and
> emails left, because of missing time on my side.
> I want to improve the situation by adding more automatic QA. I'm
> planning this at least for PHP, GitLab and the portmaster-rewrite.
> So how can you help? Please send me your non-standard PHP-configuration
> or exotic setups! This can be changed default versions like libressl
> instead of openssl or another GCC version used for compiling. I for
> example use always another PostgreSQL-version than default (and always
> PHP 7.1). Of course this also covers options set in an non-default way
> or setups change variables to allow multiple PHP-installations for example.
> There is no need to add the used FreeBSD version since i want to cover
> all supported versions. Its another point if you use an unsupported one
> - in this case you should mention it. ;)
> Since PHP 7.2 is coming (hopefully on schedule) i will test creation of
> PHP 7.2 with all given setups.
> If you want to support my projects or other committers have a look at my
> patreon page:
> I'm currently collecting money for a new test-server to allow testing on
> CURRENT. If you have some free capacity and some trust feel free to
> contact me. ;)
I would like to thank you for your work on FreeBSD ports!
If you want some testers... we are using PHP 5.6 with Apache mod_php,
PHP 5.6 with Nginx + php-fpm and PHP 7.1 with Apache mod_php.
We are using MariaDB instead of MySQL but I think it is not much
different. Plus we are using PostgreSQL and MSSQL extensions.
All of this running on FreeBSD 10.3 amd64 with OpenSSL from ports.
If you need some machine I can try to dedicate one old Sun Microsystems
X2100 M2. The CPU is really old and slow (AMD Opteron 1210 or something
like this) but if it would be automated testing I think it will be OK.
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