Opened 5 years ago
Closed 5 years ago
New point version
reported by Jean-Marc Pigeon (see "blfs-support"), there are extraneous files installed.
Looks like it has something to do with PEAR. Using the --without-pear switch to configure, those files are not installed but what does it imply if we use that switch also?
Btw, Arch uses this switch, too.
Promote to High priority due to security fixes
The bundled pear stuff seems to be a bit outdated:
There is a patch to fix the undefined variable $metadata_dir: https://github.com/pear/pear-core/commit/b4126cef2c30a31dc73cab5105dcebd33852740c#diff-d28e639c6a933183b2d85f98ec527e3c
That statement can be found in pear/install-pear-nozlib.phar at line 8557 but cannot be patched easily cause signature will be invalid then (dunno how to resign).
If ok for now, I'll add the --without-pear switch.
If required, pear can be installed by
but there one has to be careful about the directories which are created. To fix that, 12 directories needs to be specified...
Fixed in r20588
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