[pkg-php-pear] Bug#910264: php-memcache breaks php-doctrine-cache-bundle autopkgtest

Paul Gevers elbrus at debian.org
Thu Oct 4 08:54:05 BST 2018

Source: php-memcache, php-doctrine-cache-bundle
Control: found -1 php-memcache/3.0.9~20170802.e702b5f-1
Control: found -1 php-doctrine-cache-bundle/1.3.3-1
X-Debbugs-CC: debian-ci at lists.debian.org
User: debian-ci at lists.debian.org
Usertags: breaks needs-update

Dear maintainers,

With a recent upload of php-memcache the autopkgtest of
php-doctrine-cache-bundle fails in testing when that autopkgtest is run
with the binary packages of php-memcache from unstable. It passes when
run with only packages from testing. In tabular form:
                       pass            fail
php-memcache           from testing    3.0.9~20170802.e702b5f-1
php-doctrine-cache-bundle from testing 1.3.3-1
all others             from testing    from testing

I copied some of the output at the bottom of this report.

Currently this regression is contributing to the delay of the migration
of php-memcache to testing [1]. Due to the nature of this issue, I filed
this bug report against both packages. Can you please investigate the
situation and reassign the bug to the right package? If needed, please
change the bug's severity.

More information about this bug and the reason for filing it can be found on


[1] https://qa.debian.org/excuses.php?package=php-memcache


autopkgtest [05:18:44]: test command1: mkdir --parents vendor && phpab
--output vendor/autoload.php --template debian/autoload.ci.php.tpl Tests
&& phpunit
autopkgtest [05:18:44]: test command1: [-----------------------
phpab %development% - Copyright (C) 2009 - 2018 by Arne Blankerts and

Scanning directory Tests

Autoload file vendor/autoload.php generated.

Class 'DOMDocument' not found
autopkgtest [05:18:45]: test command1: -----------------------]

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