[pkg-php-pear] sabre/dav version and upcoming update

David Prévot taffit at debian.org
Wed Feb 3 18:57:12 UTC 2016

Hi Mathieu et al.,

Le 24/05/2015 11:59, Mathieu Parent a écrit :
> 2015-05-24 5:16 GMT+02:00 David Prévot <taffit at debian.org>:

>> Currently (as in Jessie), Horde *Dav and ownCloud both use version 1.8
>> of sabre/dav (as available in the php-sabre-dav package).
>> Soon, ownCloud 8 will need the version 2.1 (as already available in
>> experimental), but for Horde 6, that’s not so sure [1].
>>         1: https://github.com/fruux/sabre-dav/issues/647#issuecomment-97702684
>> Do you have any information, pointer to a roadmap or a VCS to figure out
>> what is coming next in Horde, and when (and especially in Debian)?

Updated information: ownCloud 8 (currently in experimental) uses version
2.1 (provided by php-sabre-dav-2.1) and ownCloud 9 (scheduled next month
according to upstream) will use at least version 3.0.

According to the Horde VCS, Horde_Dav is ready to use version 2.1 for
ten months:


Do you have any input about when upstream Horde will release a Horde_Dav
version actually using a recent php-sabre-dav, and any idea when it will
make it in Debian?

>> Assuming we won’t manage to be in sync this time (or at least to avoid
>> blocking each other for the time being), I could introduce a
>> php-sabre-dav-2.1 package, and have it installed out of the usual path

Before (thinking about) introducing a php-sabre-dav-3 package, I’d like
to know if php-horde-dav would be able to use php-sabre-dav-2.1 in the
next future (within a few months). I’m happy to help in the transition
from the current (in unstable/testing) php-sabre-dav to
php-sabre-dav-2.1 if needed (should be as simple as requiring
sabre21/Sabre/autoload.php instead of Sabre/autoload.php, but feel free
to ask if that’s not enough).



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