Subject Re: [firebird-php] Php-firebird relationship
Author Sakhile Njoko
What I meant by that is the dll files (for Mysql and Postgres) get automatically copied into the extension folder when you run the msi file. But with Firebird you have to do it manually. This means that Mysql and Postgres developers can use the installer only and they are good to go but we (Firebird users) can't.

From: mariuz <>
Sent: Thursday, 8 December 2011, 12:08
Subject: Re: [firebird-php] Php-firebird relationship

On Thu, Dec 08, 2011 at 12:06:21PM +0200, mariuz wrote:
> On Wed, Dec 07, 2011 at 12:11:36PM +0000, Sakhile Njoko wrote:
> > I have just noticed that MySql and PostgreSql are mentioned under "Related Sites" on Why is that and why is Firebird not included? Is there any tension between Firebird and Php teams? Could that be the reason php_interbase.dll is not part of the installer package? Could it be that Firebird experts don't wanna get involved in Php development? Someone please help me understand.
> I don't see any tension between firebirdsql and php communities
> you can submit a bug to the website section or send to php website list
> Then we can discuss , firebird after all is a very nice and good mysql/oracle/mssql alternative :)
> ps:from what i know php_interbase.dll is included in the installer packages , did you checked ?

and in ext there is php_interbase.dll

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