[php-maint] New extensions manager seems to be ready
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Fri Oct 26 02:16:12 UTC 2007
On 25/10/2007, Steve Langasek <vorlon at debian.org> wrote:
> On Fri, Oct 19, 2007 at 03:52:23PM -0500, Raphael Geissert wrote:
> > On 19/10/2007, Ondřej Surý <ondrej at sury.org> wrote:
> > > Hi Raphael,
> > > Raphael Geissert píše v Čt 18. 10. 2007 v 20:55 -0500:
> > > > And, what does everyone think about the new extensions manager?
> > > How do you handle situation:
> > > 1. install libapache2-mod-php5
> > > 2. install php5-mysql
> > > 3. install php5-cgi
> > > Will php5-mysql be enabled in php5-cgi SAPI or not?
> > No, because if done automatically, it would be a tricky behaviour
> > since the user might not want to enable all of them (and there's no
> > easy way to know whether the extension, mysql in this case, does work
> > on the given SAPI).
> That's a regression compared with the current behavior, then; and in fact it
> restores the previous buggy behavior which was a much greater source of user
> complaints and bug reports than the current version.
> > I'll add an option so the user can enable all the extensions in a SAPI
> > by providing 'all' as extension name. It would then be easier to
> > enable all the extensions in a given SAPI.
> Ok. PHP shouldn't switch to this new extension manager until this is
In my last commit I added the 'all' target so an extension name
doesn't need to be specified.
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