Fix the mod_php3 port dependency issues
sheepkiller at cultdeadsheep.org
Mon Mar 14 00:54:35 PST 2005
On Sun, Feb 06, 2005 at 08:11:04PM +0200, Peter Pentchev wrote:
> Attached is a patch that fixes the various dependency issues of the
> www/mod_php3 port. The only exception is mcrypt support, and I'll get
> it working in the next day or so.
> With this patch, and with the BROKEN part commented out by hand, the
> port gets at least as far as compilation, installation, loading in
> Apache, and executing phpinfo(), with a maximum of options enabled.
> This means four cases:
> - sybasedb, !sybasect, !interbase, !mcrypt
> - !sybasedb, sybasect, interbase, !mcrypt
> - !sybasedb, !sybasect, interbase, !mcrypt
> (all the rest are turned on)
> As mentioned above, I'll probably get mcrypt running RSN. The
> sybasedb/interbase conflict seems to stem from both of them redefining a
> couple of C types, which I don't think the mod_php3 port can work around
> by itself.
> The funny part is that I could not see any dependencies on MySQL 3.x;
> what exactly is the BROKEN comment referring to? Or is it something
> that had been fixed in the meantime, or something that I am simply not
> seeing since I have a DEFAULT_MYSQL_VER?=40 setting in /etc/make.conf?
> If there are no objections, I could commit this (possibly leaving the
> BROKEN comment intact until the situation is cleared up), and maybe even
> take over maintainership of www/mod_php3 and lang/php3, since I have
> something of a vested interest in keeping mod_php3 running for a couple
> more months at least :)
Sorry for the late response. I tested your patch this week end and
looks good. Feel free to commit and enjoy your new maintainership :)
Thanks a lot,
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