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Re: ITL php code
- To: Development Discussions <developer at arabeyes dot org>
- Subject: Re: ITL php code
- From: Omar Abo-Namous <merlin12345 at gmx dot de>
- Date: Mon, 7 Jun 2004 22:48:08 +0200
i've been looking into the whole php-library thing the last two days or so, but
come up with nothing really useful.... i'm not used to makefiles, 'building' and
as of now, i've downloaded the php-source and cygwin (which i don't know exactly
what it does except for porting some unix-tools to windows (grep)). I've tried
reading the directives by php.net on how to compile a library, but that didn't
get me anywhere.
i think it is more efficient to keep the php-files updated. I can take this
challenge, it's not very difficult to translate from c to php..
On Thu, 3 Jun 2004 04:00:31 -0400, Behdad Esfahbod wrote:
> On Thu, 3 Jun 2004, Omar Abo-Namous wrote:
>> Ok, i think it's what i'm searching for. Problem would be, that we'd need
>> versions (for windows and linux) and i'd have to compile an so-library file
>> (don't exactly know how...)
> Infact it's worse, you may need to compile one for each version
> of PHP! BTW, as I said, you grab the source code for PHP, and it
> has a document on how to create modules, and you cal copy a
> simple module like fribidi and work on. The trick is basically
> to use a command called phpize.
>> thnx anyway.
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>> Developer at arabeyes dot org
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Omar Abo-Namous, merlin12345 at gmx dot de on 07.06.2004