[pkg-php-pear] Uploading symfony 5 to unstable [Was: symfony_5.3.9+dfsg-1_amd64.changes is NEW]

David Prévot david at tilapin.org
Mon Nov 8 16:32:52 GMT 2021

Hi Robin,

Le 09/10/2021 à 18:34, Robin Gustafsson a écrit :

>> Once symfony and its new dependency get processed from NEW, I intend to
>> upload it to unstable.

php-symfony-mercure has been in NEW for about a month, and it’s in the 
first half of the NEW queue, so I expect it to be processed “soon”. Once 
that happens, I intend to upload symfony 5.3 to unstable.

>> symfony 5 is a priori the version that should be
>> shipped with Bookworm, so as usual, uploading this version early enough
>> during the release cycle seems like a good plan

FWIW, symfony 5.4 (the LTS version) and its (build-)dependencies are 
also being processed in NEW and will follow the same path (well, later, 
a priori).

> For one, php-laravel-framework depends on Symfony 4. There are newer
> upstream versions available that use Symfony 5 though. I'll try to
> reserve time for that upgrade sometime soon then.

Thanks! Can you please check if you could make it work with 
php-email-validator 3.1 by the way (that’s the only package that seems 
to prevent upgrading it, php-swiftmailer upstream version looks ready).

> My plan was otherwise to wait for Laravel 9 (LTS), but that's
> targeting Symfony 6 even. I'll see how feasible it'd be to patch it
> for Symfony 5 compatibility once it's released.

OK. I didn’t find anything about Laraval 9 in the upstream VCS, 
hopefully they’ ll make it compatible with an LTS version of Symfony too 
(Symfony 6.4, the next LTS, is expected in early 2024 IIRC).


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