Subject Re: [firebird-php] Re: PHP 5.3 compilation VC6
Author marius adrian popa
On Thu, Jun 4, 2009 at 4:54 PM, marius adrian popa<mapopa@...> wrote:
> 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

Windows Server 2008 R2 does not allow you to install .NET Framework
3.5 SP1 directly. Instead, you have to use the Role Manager to install
the Application Server role, which will install the .NET Framework

Administrative Tools -> Server Manager -> Roles -> Add Roles

Choose WebServer and Application Server Role

Then Visual Studio C++ 2008 setup goes OK

> seems that i have to install the old windows 2008 server
> or an winxp or windows7
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