Subject Re: [firebird-php] Re: PHP 5.3 compilation VC6
Author marius adrian popa
On Thu, Jun 4, 2009 at 11:21 PM, Lester Caine <lester@...> wrote:
> u.masotti wrote:
>> --- In, Lester Caine <lester@...> wrote:
>>> That will be great. Or just email it to me and I'll drop it on with the
>>> other scratch builds stuff here and start a FWAP page to go with the
>>> FLAP one on the wiki ;)
>> Done.
>> It's in Files (PHP 5.3.0-RC2 VC6 php-interbase.dll).
>> Hope you can enjoy. Tell me of any problem.
> Looking good so far ... I'm still screwed because of other extensions
> which are not available. Imagick in particular as gd2 will not handle
> the images I've already got archived, so we need to fix that before
> PHP5.3 can be distributed.
> ibtest.php is showing up clear, ADOdb test suite is giving me
> 'deprecated' warnings against split() so I need to look into that!
> ... OK bitweaver gives me hundreds of deprecated messages including
> split() so both ADOdb and Smarty need a lot of work to be usable with
> PHP5.3! That is what I was expecting .... but we still need to keep PHP4
> compliance as well :(
> The other big problem of cause is the default setings for 5.3 have a lot
> of dross such as mysqlnd which ideally we need to switch off. It takes a
> lot of space up on phpinfo for something we don't use.
> My own progress is documented here. I think I probably need to include
> the steps quoted in the article but I'm stuck now trying to work out how
> to fix the path variable so that buildconf actually runs. This is a new
> machine nothing else installed - not even Firebird yet but a 64 bit
> version of that for windows is probably on the cards.
I started installing windows 2008 server r2 (next 2009/10 server) on
virtualbox / kvm+qemu
all went ok until the visual c++ 2008 install, i had an some weird
.net 3.5 error
seems that i have to install the old windows 2008 server
or an winxp or windows7

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