[ITP] PHP 5.1.4 (cli, cgi-fcgi, apache2) [re-issued]

Max Bowsher maxb1@ukf.net
Sat Dec 2 13:48:00 GMT 2006

Lapo Luchini wrote:
> Max Bowsher wrote:
>>> Why --without-sqlite? It doesn't work? As an extension, is very very
>>> handy IMHO.
>> I don't remember why, sorry.
> Yup, it doesn't work, but I found the issue (previously seen it: in os.h
> must REMOVE the cygwin ifdef, so that unix.h is used by default).
>> If anyone wishes to take my prototype packaging of PHP as a
>> basis of an ITP of their own, please feel free to do so.
> I'm far behind upgrading my existing packages as well, but if no one
> else is interested in PHP I would probably opackage it myself anyway for
> personal use, so I could as well mantain it.
> I'll work on it a bit more and then will decide.

There was one additional fix I had made locally but got around to
updating the tarballs on my server:

Update the binary packaging tar lines to:

  tar -cjvf "${topdir}/php-devel-$VER-$REL.tar.bz2" usr/include
usr/lib/php usr/lib/libphp5core.* usr/bin/php-config usr/bin/phpize
usr/share/man/man1/php-config.1* usr/share/man/man1/phpize.1* && \

  tar --exclude='usr/lib/apache2' --exclude='usr/include'
--exclude='usr/lib/php' --exclude='usr/lib/libphp5core.*'
--exclude='usr/bin/php-config' --exclude='usr/bin/phpize'
--exclude='usr/share/man/man1/phpize.1*' -cjvf ${bin_pkg} * )

specifically, that's a change from "usr/lib" to "usr/lib/php" and
"usr/lib/libphp5core.*" in the includes/excludes of what goes into each


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