[pkg-php-pear] aws-sdk-for-php_3.0.0~beta1+dfsg-2_amd64.changes ACCEPTED into experimental
math.parent at gmail.com
Sun Nov 9 19:19:47 UTC 2014
2014-11-09 17:43 GMT+01:00 David Prévot <taffit at debian.org>:
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> Hi Mathieu
> Le 09/11/2014 11:50, Mathieu Parent a écrit :
>>> * Relax dependencies (Closes: #768790)
>> This should probaby be iplemented on the pkg-php-tools side. But I
>> don't know exactly how...
>> Maybe: x.y.z -> (>= x.y.z), (<< x.y.z+1~)
> Not sure that strict version dependencies are actually supposed to be
> used in Composer anyway (please note that I’ve just cherry-picked an
> upstream commit that made it just after the beta was released).
OK. I won't bother then.
> proposal looks fine and should allow that.
>>> * Update overrides for now fixed pkg-php-tools
>> Can you version the builddep on pkg-php-tools then ?
> I haven’t checked if the bug was also present prior to the recent
> rewrite of pkg-php-tools (i.e., if the package builds fine with, e.g.,
> pkg-php-tools 1.7). I disagree in principle that we should tighten the
> version “just” for bug fixing (e.g., we don’t — or at least shouldn’t –
> expect package using symlink_to_dir to pre-depends on dpkg 1.17.14 just
> because the implementation introduced in 1.17.5 has been broken in 1.17.13).
>> This will avoid some future unexpected FTBFS.
> If there are real-life issue, I would be inclined to change my mind, of
> course (but this experimental package is not targeted to be uploaded to
> unstable anyway, and won’t be as long as a package depends on the
> current 2. branch).
Don't change your mind. I've changed mine ;-)
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