PHP4 Options file ?
Marc G. Fournier
scrappy at hub.org
Fri Aug 27 18:38:46 PDT 2004
On Thu, 26 Aug 2004, Rick Updegrove wrote:
> Marc G. Fournier said the following on 8/26/2004 8:01 PM:
>> Under the old system, I could define a PHP4_OPTFILE in /etc/make.conf so
>> that I didn't have to remember what options I had set across upgrades ...
>> that no longer appears to work with the new PHP4 format ...
>> Is there any way of doing it now?
>> I checked the Makefile, and noticed the OPTIONFILE directive, but when I
>> tried to change my make.conf to use that, and it still built everything
>> that I didn't want :(
>> Also, if that is it, can it be changed to something that is a bit more PHP
>> specific like it used to be, so that there is little chance of another port
>> using the same thing?
> su-2.05b$ more /usr/ports/lang/php4-extensions/pkg-descr
> This is a "meta-port" to install the extensions for PHP 4.
> Defaults to:
> ctype, mysql, overload, pcre, posix, session, tokenizer, xml and zlib.
> WWW: http://www.php.net/
Right, and how does this answer my question above about making use of the
old PHP4_OPTFILE that was in the older ports? Now, I figured out that the
one change from the old versin to this one is that you have to set both
WITH_ and WITHOUT_ variables ... but, the big thing that I don't like with
the new version is that it uses an OPTIONFILE define, which could cause
problems if another ports decides to use the same thing ...
Marc G. Fournier Hub.Org Networking Services (http://www.hub.org)
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