[alpine-devel] Re: php7 in alpine
And about extension loading order. I know how it done in FreeBSD - it's
like a shuffle a deck of cards in one ini file. In other distros its
resolved by renaming of ini files to make right alphabetical loading order
... and in alpine too (main/php - wddx extension). I introduced clean and
simple workaround to solve loading order for bundled extensions and for 3rd
party extensions. If anybody made it simpler, it would be great because I
don't like any leading numbers in ini filenames but I see it's the only way
to solve it.
2016-04-04 0:18 GMT+03:00 Valery Kartel <valery.kartel_at_gmail.com>:
> IMHO, it's not so necessary to made 7th line as main for a now. php 5.6 is
> clean enough for production purposes.
> And as you know, there is some problems with compiling php7 on x86 alpine
> build machines.
> I have no problem to compile it on my x86, So I have some difficulties
> with it.
> I need to add x86 to arch before made some new fix or addon and then I
> need to remove x86 before commit.
> 2016-04-03 22:04 GMT+03:00 Timo Teras <timo.teras_at_iki.fi>:
>> Hi all,
>> php7 is in testing, and we have some patches as well as several add-on
>> modules in the patchworks queue for it.
>> I'm wondering if:
>> - php7 is stable enough and backwards compatible, so we could just
>> upgrade current 'php' package to be php7 ?
>> - and how to handle properly the extension load ordering? there's
>> pending patch for prefixing the .ini files with 00 or 01 depending
>> the number of dependencies it has. but i was hoping for something
>> more cleaner. any ideas on this? how is this solved in other distros?
>> Once the extension ordering issue is solved, I'm happy to go through
>> the backlog of pending submission and commit them.
>> Thanks for submissions, and sorry for the delay on some of the
>> - Timo
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