|Summary:||http://www.gentoo.org/proj/en/php/php-upgrading.xml multiple small issues|
|Product:||Documentation||Reporter:||Christopher Head <bugs>|
|Component:||Project-specific documentation||Assignee:||PHP Bugs <php-bugs>|
|Package list:||Runtime testing required:||---|
Description Christopher Head 2012-08-26 05:38:26 UTC
Under Preparations, there is this note: "Note: If you always want PHP extensions compiled for the last stable PHP version, you can skip the first step." However, it is not always true that the default PHP_TARGETS value provided by the PHP team is actually equal to the latest stable version of dev-lang/php. Saying "last stable PHP version" is a bit confusing here IMO; as of 2012-08-25 latest stable was 5.4 but the default target for extensions was still 5.3. Code listing 3.4 is very complicated (and wrong? the egrep should not have "-v" because that gives all the stuff that's not extensions). According to olemarkus in #gentoo-php, it's sufficient to just do a newuse as PHP_TARGETS is USE-expanded, so any affected extensions will be rebuilt. The paragraph above code listing 3.4 states, in its last sentence, "The php team has provided a minor version slotting compatible version of every package in the dev-php5 category.". Category dev-php5 no longer exists.
Comment 1 Ole Markus With (RETIRED) 2014-11-23 14:30:47 UTC
Moved to wiki. So this no longer applies.