Miroslav Lachman wrote:

I guess that mod_php5 depends on Apache and maintainer don't want this big dependency. The second is - if it will depends on Apache of some version (eg. 1.3) it will be broken with another version (2.0 and 2.2). It apply for binary packages. If somebody is compiling ports himself, then can check option "with apache" or add WITH_APACHE in to /etc/make.conf



That makes sense almost to the point of justifying the existence of a mod_php5 port for those people who want apache+mod_php5. However given the fact that this would double the workload on the maintainer I understand.

Thanks

-- Chris

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