[pkg-php-pear] Bug#785281: Bug#785281: Split phpseclib?
taffit at debian.org
Sat May 16 18:58:33 UTC 2015
>>> 3./ The php-phpseclib should "provide" all the libraries it ships.
>>> This would be the proper fix for #785281.
> Digging a bit, this would not be the proper fix for #785281.
> Here is an extract from the diff:
> * Here's an example of how to use this library:
> * <code>
> * <?php
> - * include('Math/BigInteger.php');
> - *
> - * $a = new Math_BigInteger(2);
> - * $b = new Math_BigInteger(3);
> + * $a = new \phpseclib\Math\BigInteger(2);
> + * $b = new \phpseclib\Math\BigInteger(3);
> +namespace phpseclib\Math;
> Those are two different classes, with different namespaces.
I cant see such difference between the currently packaged phpseclib and
php-math-biginteger. The namespaces change is supposed to happen in the
next 1. or 2. branch of phpseclib, but the latest upstream version as
available in Debian, is not yet inside this new namespace.
Ha, that reminds me of the good old times and
> It seems They should probably be installed at a different path:
Not yet, sorry.
> I prefer that the files are moved. But this may be a painfull transition.
One well have to take care anyway, but I dont intend to start it before
upstream publish a stable release with the new namespase (not even an
alpha has been published yet).
> I'd welcome if the phpseclib package Provides php-phpseclib-file-asn1
Sure, Ill had the others too, but the previous question still stands:
> add another fake provides: php-math-biginteger (= 1.0.2-3) for example
> (i.e., a bit higher than the current php-math-biginteger real package),
> or [would] you [
] patch php-horde-mapi to drop the versionned dependency
> for php-math-biginteger.
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