gentoo-x86 commit in dev-lang/php/files/eblits: src_configure-v1.eblit src_configure-v2.eblit
On 10/24/2010 02:07 PM, Samuli Suominen wrote:
> On 10/24/2010 02:48 PM, Matti Bickel (mabi) wrote:
>> - phpconfutils_extension_with "pdo-sqlite" "sqlite" 1 "/usr"
>> + phpconfutils_extension_with "pdo-sqlite" "sqlite3" 1 "/usr"
> That's a regression (because USE="sqlite3" is deprecated).
Thanks, didn't know that. Here's why I still think this is the best
choice at least for the time being (until the next php upstream release):
PHP upstream enables both sqlite and sqlite3 by default. We decided to
stick with upstream as much as possible, because it makes reporting bugs
so much easier and is nice to our users.
Additionally, I dare say that they're probably still some people using
sqlite2 with PHP (maybe as session storage - that's only available with
sqlite2). I don't want to take a perfectly fine option (for now) from them.
That said, sqlite2 is deprecated upstream and will show as such in
whatever their next release will be. I'll gladly drop the sqlite2
extension as soon as upstream does.