FreeBSD Port: mod_php4-4.3.3,1 MAKE_ARGS
stijn at win.tue.nl
Wed Nov 5 06:16:28 PST 2003
On Wed, Nov 05, 2003 at 09:15:19AM -0500, Michael A. Smith wrote:
> Stijn Hoop wrote:
> >I have exactly the same problem. For some reason portupgrade isn't
> >picking up my MAKE_ARGS anymore. I don't think it is a PHP problem,
> >but unfortunately I haven't had time to figure out why this happens,
> >so I haven't sent a bug report yet. Consider this as just a 'me too'.
> >The line that really doesn't work right now:
> >'lang/php4' => 'BATCH=yes WITH_APACHE2=yes PHP4_OPTIONS="BZIP2 CTYPE
> >CURL DOMXML DOMXSLT FTP GD INIFILE MCRYPT MHASH MIME MYSQL OPENSSL
> >PCRE POSIX POSTGRESQL SESSION SOCKETS XML XSLT ZLIB"',
> Hmmm... I just added a MAKE_ARGS value using the PHP4_OPTIONS="FOO"
> syntax (I'd never heard of that before) and it worked perfectly!
> So, I guess this problem is solved for me. Thanks so much for the tip.
Great to hear that, and too bad that it doesn't work for me :)
I'll look if there's a syntax error in some other part of my pkgtools.conf
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daily, but was actually rotating them once a month)."
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