[pkg-php-pear] Bug#813125: phpcs upstream issue [was: php-proxy-manager 2.0.0* has a dependency on a new PHP API PackageVersions]

Nish Aravamudan nish.aravamudan at canonical.com
Tue Feb 9 19:24:57 UTC 2016

On 09.02.2016 [15:17:17 -0400], David Prévot wrote:
> Hi Nish,
> Le 09/02/2016 15:05, Nish Aravamudan a écrit :
> > I was finally able to get to this, and I see build failures using that
> > base (due to phpcs issues):
> > 
> > phpcs --standard=PSR2 ./src/
> […]
> > I can fix this up on my end by putting in a staged build, but it seems
> > like something needs to be fixed still?
> That’s probably caused by a new issue in php-codesniffer 2.5.1, e.g.,
> https://github.com/squizlabs/PHP_CodeSniffer/issues/876

Did you mean an issue with 2.5.0?

> FWIW, the build runs fine with php-codesniffer 2.5.1 (not in the
> archive, but I can push my update to the VCS if you wish), but
> php-codesniffer 2.5.1 does break other packages build, so I’d prefer to
> see an upstream php-codesniffer (and php-proxy-manager) fix before
> uploading it (unless I push both to experimental for the time being,
> would that be useful?).

Well, for the purposes of syncing with Debian, it's probably only worth
pushing something to experimental once upstream has the fixes in, I
agree. I'll just wait on those and I'll request a sync once Debian


Nishanth Aravamudan
Ubuntu Server
Canonical Ltd

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