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Old 09-23-2008, 03:35 PM
Joe Pruett
 
Default rhwas 5 issues

please let me know if my emailing about this stuff is getting on your
nerves :-).


the php rebuild is missing some subpackages:

php-mhash
php-mssql
php-readline
php-tidy
php-mcrypt

and some of the pear and pecl pacakges seem to not be updated either, but
i haven't looked at that closely yet.


and the mysql in testing isn't the same as upstream. is that something
that is going to be addressed?

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Old 09-23-2008, 06:47 PM
Joe Pruett
 
Default rhwas 5 issues

please let me know if my emailing about this stuff is getting on your nerves
:-).


the php rebuild is missing some subpackages:

php-mhash
php-mssql
php-readline
php-tidy
php-mcrypt

and some of the pear and pecl pacakges seem to not be updated either, but i
haven't looked at that closely yet.


and the mysql in testing isn't the same as upstream. is that something that is
going to be addressed?


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Old 09-23-2008, 10:48 PM
Karanbir Singh
 
Default rhwas 5 issues

Joe Pruett wrote:
please let me know if my emailing about this stuff is getting on your
nerves :-).


Not at all. Its good to know that there is atleast 1 person out there
who actually looks at some of these things .



the php rebuild is missing some subpackages:

php-mhash
php-mssql
php-readline
php-tidy
php-mcrypt


I dont think these are available in the upstream packages either.
However, we can enable them as long as they dont break anything.


and some of the pear and pecl pacakges seem to not be updated either,
but i haven't looked at that closely yet.


Right, the repo isnt in production, so its not in the updates system as
yet. I am sort of in the middle of rewriting the whole updates system
and am going to use the el5s2 repo as a test case.


and the mysql in testing isn't the same as upstream. is that something
that is going to be addressed?


yes, and no. Yes in that it will get addressed. And NO in that it might
not be exactly the same as whats upstream. You might want to look at
some of the history between us ( CentOS ), Redhat and Mysql w.r.t rhwas
on el4 about why that is.


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Old 09-24-2008, 12:05 AM
Joe Pruett
 
Default rhwas 5 issues

the php rebuild is missing some subpackages:

php-mhash
php-mssql
php-readline
php-tidy
php-mcrypt


I dont think these are available in the upstream packages either. However, we
can enable them as long as they dont break anything.


they are part of the base centos build, so it seems odd that they wouldn't
be part of the rhwas build. but, i just looked at the upstream spec and
sure enough, those subpackages don't seem to be there. even though there
is a changlog entry of:


* Tue Jun 19 2007 Joe Orton <jorton@redhat.com> 5.2.3-3
- add mcrypt, mhash, tidy, mssql subpackages (Dmitry Butskoy)

how very odd. it does look like readline has been included in php-cli,
but no obsoletes tag added. i guess i'll look at the base php spec and
see if centos people added those subpackages.



and the mysql in testing isn't the same as upstream. is that something
that is going to be addressed?


yes, and no. Yes in that it will get addressed. And NO in that it might not
be exactly the same as whats upstream. You might want to look at some of the
history between us ( CentOS ), Redhat and Mysql w.r.t rhwas on el4 about why
that is.


if the rhwas repo is kept separate from centosplus, would there still be
an issue? i would hope that rh has a self consistent set of rpms, so i'd
like to be able to use the same ones. i realize i may not be able to
mix/match with centosplus, but that isn't my goal.

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Old 09-24-2008, 12:14 AM
Joe Pruett
 
Default rhwas 5 issues

> the php rebuild is missing some subpackages:
>
> php-mhash

> php-mssql
> php-readline
> php-tidy
> php-mcrypt

I dont think these are available in the upstream packages either. However,
we can enable them as long as they dont break anything.


they are part of the base centos build, so it seems odd that they wouldn't be
part of the rhwas build. but, i just looked at the upstream spec and sure
enough, those subpackages don't seem to be there. even though there is a
changlog entry of:


* Tue Jun 19 2007 Joe Orton <jorton@redhat.com> 5.2.3-3
- add mcrypt, mhash, tidy, mssql subpackages (Dmitry Butskoy)

how very odd. it does look like readline has been included in php-cli, but
no obsoletes tag added. i guess i'll look at the base php spec and see if
centos people added those subpackages.


aha, those come from php-extras, which isn't part of the normal upstream.
i'm less confused now.


i'm still hoping to hear about the mysql situation, though.
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Old 09-24-2008, 01:41 AM
John Summerfield
 
Default rhwas 5 issues

Karanbir Singh wrote:

not be exactly the same as whats upstream. You might want to look at
some of the history between us ( CentOS ), Redhat and Mysql w.r.t rhwas
on el4 about why that is.


I'm always interested in a good scrap:-) Do you have a link?


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