[pkg-php-pear] Symfony 2.8.3 in unstable

Daniel Beyer dabe at deb.ymc.ch
Tue Mar 22 07:34:01 UTC 2016

Hi David,

On Mon, 2016-03-21 at 17:14 -0400, David Prévot wrote:
> Hi Daniel,
> I just pushed the latest upstream release to Git, as well as some
> changes needed to pass the tests suite. We can now use php-proxy-manager
> 2 (as well as php-zend-code 3), so we could upload everything to
> unstable IMHO.

I had planed to work on 2.8.3 at Easter, but it's much welcome you
already did it - so thanks a lot (I'll instead can care about twig).
I think its safe to bring 2.8 into unstable.

> It still needs a review of the license (according to
> ./debian/licensing/bin/check_image_licenses), can you please take care
> of it?

Of course, I'll do this today (might take a few hours).

>  I’d also like to separate the /Tests/ and the require-dev stuff
> from the shipped autoload.php (we could make a separate homemade static
> autoload.php just for the tests, I did that for some packages already),
> but that’s not a blocker: we can upload whenever it’s ready, I can take
> care of the Tests thing later.
> Any thoughts?

I have no objections against this. In fact it is much cleaner to not
provide autoloads for the (not shipped) tests.

> P.-S.: the “rebuild arch:all world” for the PHP 7.0 transition seems
> well advanced in the PHP PEAR (and Composer) team, maybe we should lift
> the “please, don’t bug us yet, transition in progress” request in order
> to let the (piuparts and reproducible) QA people alert us about what’s
> left to be done. Any thoughts?

From the symfony perspective: Let's wait for 2.8 to hit unstable.
For the rest I guess the earlier we get hints for outstanding issues,
the better.


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