Am 26.02.2014 19:10, schrieb Anatol Pomozov:
On Wed, Feb 26, 2014 at 10:01 AM, Alexander Rødseth email@example.com wrote:
One suggestion is creating the Apache 2.4 PKGBUILD first, then talk to Jan de Groot. If he should not be interested in the endeavor, talk to another dev.
Good news is that I work with Jan and other devs on pushing Apache 2.4 to repos. In general they are very positive about this move.
PKGBUILD is ready and once db5 todo is done I'll create Apache2.4 todo to rebuild the deps. So hopefully we'll see official apache 2.4 package in [extra] some time soon. Stay tuned.
I did push a rebuild PHP into [staging]. I had to add a hack to keep the non-ZTS build that can only be used with the prefork MPM. For some reason PHP devs thought it would be a good idea to base a PHP compile time option on the stat of an Apache runtime config. Some day we might just drop mod_php; I cant think of any sane usage of this SAPI. Am I correct that Apache can now use FastCGI without third-party modules?
Anyway, I suggest in the end we should post an announcement on the front page. IMHO that install message is not really needed then, but that might be debatable.