On 2011å05æ31æ 22:59, Philipp Schuler wrote:
On 2011-05-31 16:18:36 +0200, Sharl.Jimh.Tsin said:On 2011å05æ31æ 19:34, Philipp Schuler wrote:that's impossible,if you do not compile the module in,it should not exist.run "php -m" to check again.Hi all, I wanted to check one of my php installations, a php-5.3.5 .On php -i it only shows a part of the configure command I used, however everything I wanted to configure/compile in _IS_ working. For example --enable-calendar, doesnt show up in the configure command but it DOES work and shows up as "enabled" in the rest of the php -iIs there any reason why the configure command outputted by php-i isnt complete ?Help appreciated, PhilI checked php -m and all expected modules are there, but I still wonder why the configure command shown by php -i isnt what I used during confiugration/compilation
i am strange to that,too. -- Best regards, Sharl.Jimh.Tsin (From China *Obviously Taiwan INCLUDED*) Using Gmail? Please read this important notice: http://www.fsf.org/campaigns/jstrap/gmail?10073.