Where do I find the PERL compatible functions for php
af300wsm at gmail.com
Wed Oct 3 07:49:06 PDT 2007
On 10/2/07, Kevin Kinsey <kdk at daleco.biz> wrote:
> Actually, it's been "split out" for some time now; you can get
> PCRE support for your pre-existing PHP installation by installing
> ports/devel/php5-pcre. But, since most users want PHP to support
> many technologies/modules, the general thing to do is to install
> ports/lang/php5-extensions and, in this case, be sure that "pcre"
> is checked during the configure stage (which, I believe, it is
> by default); after that, devel/php5-pcre and several other php5-foo
> ports will be added to your system, and PHP will suddenly grok
> things like XML, SQL, and Perl-compatible regular expressions
> (or at least whatever you enabled).
One of the irritating things, but also very practical, about Google mail is
that messages I send to this list do not show up in my inbox until someone
responds. I was actually able to figure this out last night by going to
php.net and searching under the extension categories and found PCRE. I then
went to freshports.org and found php5-pcre in /usr/ports/devel/php5-pcre.
Once I knew where to find it in the ports, I was able to fix the problem.
This also helped me fix the lack of php5-xml and php5-sessions.
One question I have for the maintainers of these ports and the ports
infrastructure, why are these all listed in different places?
Not that these categories are wrong, or don't make sense, but why wouldn't
they all be lumped under /usr/ports/lang, or /usr/ports/devel or something
Oh, lastly, once a port has been built, how can one redo the build of that
port with different options selected?
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