[pkg-php-pear] Bug#822771: xml actually missing from php5
math.parent at gmail.com
Thu May 12 04:50:12 UTC 2016
On Tue, 10 May 2016 12:47:17 +0200 Ivan Sergio Borgonovo
<ivan.s.b at gmail.com> wrote:
> Possibly I got a clue.
> There is just a php-xml and no php5-xml or php7-xml packages.
> Looking in /etc/php/5.6/mods-available there is no xml.ini while there
> is a xml.ini in /etc/php/7.0/mods-available
> After installing php7.0-cli
> ivan at caronte:~$ php5.6 xml.php
> PHP Fatal error: Call to undefined function xml_parser_create() in
> /home/ivan/xml.php on line 3
You're probably using php5.6 from deb.sury.org? php5 from Debian
doesn't have this binary.
Do you have any third-party repos?
If this is the case, try to install php5.6-xml.
> ivan at caronte:~$ php7.0 xml.php
> doesn't report any error.
> I was not able to uninstall php7 due to dependencies.
Yes, php5 is going away from Debian testing.
> These and only these packages where automatically installed even if I
> didn't explicitly asked to install php7:
> Trying to purge php7.0-xml says it depends on php-xml but horde depends
> on it.
> I'm not completely convinced it is a php/xml problem only.
> I'll try to understand what a proper installation of xml should be for
> php5 and see if I can fix it it manually if it's just a matter of
> configuration files but evidently at least there is a problem with php5
> and xml.
php5 is no more supported in stretch. Why do you need it?
> BTW I did try to aptitude reinstall php-xml but it didn't help.
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