[aur-general] RFC on the location of PHP "binaries"
r1pp3rj4ck at w4it.eu
Mon Mar 3 03:53:23 EST 2014
In case anyone is interested, since we've received no answer, we've decided
On 02/28/2014 02:35 PM, Attila Bukor wrote:
> Hey guys,
> I'm the maintainer of the phpunit package and I've talked about my idea
> with Dylan Ferris, maintainer of the php-composer package.
> The idea is that we should find a standard place for PHAR's which are
> installed by pacman instead of PEAR. Of course it's obvious that we should
> omit the ".phar" part and put it in /usr/bin, but there are two problems
> with it. First, if open_basedir is used in php.ini, it has to contain
> /usr/bin. The other problem is that IDE's won't see them that way and
> be used as external libraries (which is mostly fine with composer, but
> absolutely not with phpunit).
> So to solve this problem, I suggest to put these packages to
> /usr/share/webapps/phar or /usr/share/php with the .phar extension so the
> IDE's could use them and symlink them to /usr/bin without the extension so
> they could be invoked from command line as any other program.
> The default open_basedir in the php package is
> "/srv/http/:/home/:/tmp/:/usr/share/pear/:/usr/share/webapps/", so the
> former path would be more convenient, but the latter would be more elegant
> in my opinion, as PEAR packages are in /usr/share/pear/. Of course it would
> be nice to include that path in the default open_basedir.
> What do you think?
> Attila Bukor
> : https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/phpunit/
> : https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/php-composer/
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