[php-maint] LFS support in sight
seanius at debian.org
Sun Nov 12 12:32:18 CET 2006
On Sun, 2006-11-12 at 02:47 -0800, Steve Langasek wrote:
> Peter Samuelson has helpfully tracked down the problem with libapr blowing
> up when building code against it using -D_FILE_OFFSET_BITS=64, so I've now
> been able to build an LFS-enabled libapache2-mod-php4 which doesn't segfault
> -- w00t!
nice, nice. i'll be interested to see the details.
> Now, the thing is that LFS also changes the PHP extension API -- it's
> *supposed* to, the current API can't handle 64-bittage -- which means we
> ought to be documenting this change in the exported "phpapi" version that we
> export everywhere, and get all the out-of-tree extension packages recompiled
> for it, to avoid accidentally shipping an inconsistent set of extension
> packages for etch.
afaik none of the packages depending on the new php api have even been
built yet, so maybe we can avoid bumping the api?
> Does anyone object to going ahead with this immediately? The code is all
> ready once I decide how to best go about retrofitting
> patches/053-extension_api.patch, so all I need is for this list to give the
i say go for it. we have the same problem in php5 so we should make a
new upload of that as well. also, it'd be worth a quick test that this
doesn't cause problems for the apache 1.x module or any of the phpN-foo
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