[php-maint] Should we ship a php5-dbg package?

Raphael Geissert atomo64 at gmail.com
Fri Apr 18 01:16:27 UTC 2008

Hi all,

On 03/03/2008, sean finney <seanius at debian.org> wrote:
> On Monday 03 March 2008 03:39:57 am Steve Langasek wrote:
>  > I think it's a waste of archive space.  How many of these bugs are there
>  > without useful backtraces?  Is there some reason they don't have
>  > reproducible test cases accompanying them, that anyone who knows how to
>  > rebuild php5 could grab a backtrace for?
> *i* think it'd be a nice idea, anyway...  it'd save me half an hour every time
>  i otherwise would have needed to rebuild php to get debugging symbols.

<Atomo64> vorlon: you there? have you changed your mind about shipping
a php5-dbg package? I've, once again, the need of the dbg symbols
<vorlon> Atomo64: actually, I've changed my mind about being involved
in php maintenance at all and have been meaning to recuse myself from
the team
<Atomo64> vorlon: btw, do you mind if I quote you on my message?
<vorlon> Atomo64: well, go ahead
<vorlon> Atomo64: anyway, it means the folks who are left can make
their own decision, I'll just make sure to take my name out of
uploaders before that -dbg package gets uploaded ;)

So, what's the opinion of the others?
I'll make the package in subversion also build -dbg if no complaints
are received.

>         sean
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