php/php53 application packaging
I mean, given the following packages:
php-foo and php-bar depend on php-common.
php53-foo and php53-bar depend on php53-common.php-foo and php53-foo provide "php(foo)".php-bar and php53-bar provide "php(bar)".And my-app depends on "php(foo)" and "php(bar)".
When I yum install my-app, it tries to install both php53-foo and php-bar, resulting in a conflict between php-common and php53-common.
So, how can I ensure that all my dependencies are installed for the same PHP version ?
Is making two my-app-php and my-app-php53 packages the only solution ?
On Thu, Sep 6, 2012 at 11:31 AM, indent man <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
I'm packaging a PHP application under CentOS 5.It depends on some other php libraries, but should work with both php (5.1) and php53.
But when I try to install the application RPM, yum mixes both php and php53 libraries.
What is the best way to prevent this ?
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