The pear command makes use of affected XML-RPC library.
php-4.4.0_rc2 is in the tree, but it's probably better to have a patched version of the current stable, which can be stableized faster.
Rating B2 as it requires the unusual setup of having malicious PEAR servers to
Maybe just adding
to the dev-php/php, dev-php/php-cgi, and dev-php/mod_php ebuilds does the trick.
php herd: your call... we are a little late already :)
PHP herd waits for php 4.4.0 final.
PHP 4.4.0 (final) is in the tree.
Arches please test and mark 4.4.0 stable, thank you.
mod_php-4.4.0 has a dependency on >=net-www/apache-2.0.54-r10. do we really
want this right now (as I belive this is one of the apache builds with the new
I am working on a new ebuild for mod_php-4.4.0 that is based on the current
The current mod_php-4.4.0 ebuild will become mod_php-4.4.0-r1 and use the new
Stable on x86.
stable on ppc64
ppc64: please stabilise php-cgi-4.4.0 as part of this bug.
General note: dev-php/php, dev-php/php-cgi and dev-php/mod_php packages always
need stabilising at the same time.
Stable on alpha + ia64.
stuart: we (ppc64) have never had an ebuild keyworded for the 4.x release
series. If you *realy want* this package stable on ppc64, I'm going to test it. :-)
php-cgi was never keyworded ppc64 so I guess it could stay that way.
That said, we are still missing a few keywords :
amd64: on php, mod_php and php-cgi 4.4.0
hppa: on php-cgi 4.4.0
dev-php/php-4.4.0 dev-php/php-cgi-4.4.0 dev-php/mod_php-4.4.0-r1 tested in
amd64. Works fine.
thanks, amd64 finally stable
Thanks. Stable on hppa.
amd64 still misses php-cgi AFAICT...
sorry, forgot about php-cgi... amd64 finally done.
mips, s390 should mark stable to benefit from GLSA
Stable on mips.