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You cannot just remove an extension from a *stable* cvs branch. Please revert
this.

Edin

On Monday 13 September 2004 17:12, Rainer Schaaf wrote:
rjs Mon Sep 13 11:12:25 2004 EDT

Removed files: (Branch: PHP_4_3)
/php-src/ext/pdf CREDITS pdf.c pdf.dsp php_pdf.h

Modified files:
/php-src/ext/pdf config.m4
Log:
removed PDFlib extension from PHP_4_3 branch too (is available in PECL
now).

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  • Rainer Schaaf at Sep 13, 2004 at 5:23 pm
    Hello,

    I have put in place the old version.



    As I wrote before to Wez, I'm sorry that I did this mistake.

    Derick assigned the Bug #29297 to me and asked me to repair this.
    As it is already repaired in the main CVS (Wez moved the PDFlib
    extension a while ago to PECL), I thought the best solution would be
    to remove it here too and point to the PECL repository for people
    looking for this.

    But it looks like this was an bad idea, so what else should I do?

    Monday, September 13, 2004, 6:41:05 PM, you wrote:
    You cannot just remove an extension from a *stable* cvs branch. Please revert
    this.
    Edin
    On Monday 13 September 2004 17:12, Rainer Schaaf wrote:
    rjs Mon Sep 13 11:12:25 2004 EDT

    Removed files: (Branch: PHP_4_3)
    /php-src/ext/pdf CREDITS pdf.c pdf.dsp php_pdf.h

    Modified files:
    /php-src/ext/pdf config.m4
    Log:
    removed PDFlib extension from PHP_4_3 branch too (is available in PECL
    now).

    --
    Best regards,

    Rainer Schaaf rjs@pdflib.com http://www.pdflib.com
    Personalize PDF: PDFlib Personalization Server and Block plugin
    _______PDFlib - a library for generating PDF on the fly________
  • Jacques Marneweck at Sep 13, 2004 at 6:20 pm

    On Mon, 13 Sep 2004 19:21:39 +0200, Rainer Schaaf wrote:
    But it looks like this was an bad idea, so what else should I do?
    Ilia can he merge from his PECL pdflib module a fix which lets pdflib
    6 compile with php 4.3.9?

    Regards
    --jm
  • Derick Rethans at Sep 13, 2004 at 6:42 pm

    On Mon, 13 Sep 2004, Rainer Schaaf wrote:

    Derick assigned the Bug #29297 to me and asked me to repair this.
    As it is already repaired in the main CVS (Wez moved the PDFlib
    extension a while ago to PECL), I thought the best solution would be
    to remove it here too and point to the PECL repository for people
    looking for this.

    But it looks like this was an bad idea, so what else should I do?
    Repairing != removing ;-) I assigned it to you so that you could tweak
    the config.m4 to check for version 6 of the library, and bail out in
    case it found that version.

    Derick
  • Rainer Schaaf at Sep 13, 2004 at 7:37 pm
    Hello,



    Monday, September 13, 2004, 8:38:57 PM, you wrote:
    On Mon, 13 Sep 2004, Rainer Schaaf wrote:

    Derick assigned the Bug #29297 to me and asked me to repair this.
    As it is already repaired in the main CVS (Wez moved the PDFlib
    extension a while ago to PECL), I thought the best solution would be
    to remove it here too and point to the PECL repository for people
    looking for this.

    But it looks like this was an bad idea, so what else should I do?
    Repairing != removing ;-) I assigned it to you so that you could tweak
    the config.m4 to check for version 6 of the library, and bail out in
    case it found that version.
    For me it was one possibility to repair it by removing it (giving the
    hint where to find a substitution).

    The other possibilities would be to merge the latest version from PECL
    to PHP_4_3, or checking for PDFlib6 (and then consequently for PDFlib5
    too, as this wrapper only supports PDFlib up to Version 4.x).

    Merging the latest version from PECL would not be a solution, as it
    only supports PDFlib 5/6 and not the older versions of PDFlib. This
    would break the compatibility (In PECL we have to versions of the
    PDFlib extension one for PDFlib 3/4 and one for PDFlib 5/6).

    So I thought the best thing is to give the peoples the possibility
    to choose the right thing and use the PECL extension they would like
    to use.

    I hope it is more clear now why I got the idea that removing is some
    kind of repairing here.

    As I did put pack the old version, the question remains on how to
    solve the Bug #29297?




    --
    Best regards,

    Rainer Schaaf rjs@pdflib.com http://www.pdflib.com
    Personalize PDF: PDFlib Personalization Server and Block plugin
    _______PDFlib - a library for generating PDF on the fly________
  • Friedhelm Betz at Sep 13, 2004 at 8:47 pm
    On Monday 13 September 2004 21:19, Rainer Schaaf wrote:
    [...]
    As I did put pack the old version, the question remains on how to
    solve the Bug #29297?
    For PHP_4_3 bail out for versions > pdflib4 and requiremnts for 4.3.x sho

    Regards
    Friedhelm
  • Friedhelm Betz at Sep 13, 2004 at 9:16 pm
    On Monday 13 September 2004 21:19, Rainer Schaaf wrote:

    [...}
    As I did put pack the old version, the question remains on how to
    solve the Bug #29297?
    to continue ;-)
    ... and the rest should be handled in the manual

    Regards
    Friedhelm
  • Derick Rethans at Sep 14, 2004 at 6:22 am

    On Mon, 13 Sep 2004, Rainer Schaaf wrote:

    As I did put pack the old version, the question remains on how to
    solve the Bug #29297?
    Put in the configure check?

    Derick

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