RE: Problem writing PHP extensions for Windows

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Are writing your own extension? If you just want  compile someone else's
source, like from PEAR/PECL, you can just follow this:

I believe you can do it the way you are trying, and I'm about to find
out, because, although I've followed those instructions I'm pointing you
to, I've got an extension (pdo_informix) that won't compile correctly.

Keith Davis (214) 906-5183

-----Original Message-----
From: Bruce M. Axtens [mailto:bruce.axtens@xxxxxxxxx] 
Sent: Monday, July 19, 2010 9:37 AM
To: Keith Davis
Cc: php-windows@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: Re:  Problem writing PHP extensions for Windows

Keith Davis wrote:
> What extensions are you trying to build?
The one listed here
(modified slightly from the original to compensate for the nonTS
situation) and
(again with the nonTS in mind).

I'm heading toward big and better things, but at the moment am just
trying to get a proof of concept working.


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