Ticket #33742 (closed request: fixed)
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PHP 5.4.0 has been released and needs to be added to MacPorts.
Rather than updating the existing php5 port and php5-* module ports to 5.4.0, a new php54 port will be created. It will resolve many outstanding bug reports and feature requests that have been filed against the php5 port over the years.
- php5 will become php53.
- It will be possible to install and use php54 and php53 simultaneously (#22668).
- Separate php5 extension ports will be subsumed into the php54 port as subports to make it easier for the maintainer to update them.
- SAPIs will finally become their own (sub)ports as well instead of being variants (#19091, #25890).
- The FPM SAPI will finally be available (#26039).
- ui_msgs will be rewritten (#12108).
- The php5extension portgroup will be renamed "php" and will become a unified portgroup like the unified python and perl5 portgroups; a single port for each third-party module will thus automatically create subports for each supported version of PHP.
Probably lots of other changes.
I'm almost done with this. php54 is in my users directory for now and will be published when it's ready. The unified php portgroup is already in the main tree.
comment:23 Changed 2 years ago by ryandesign@…
- Status changed from new to closed
- Resolution set to fixed