On Mon, Jul 7, 2008 at 3:03 PM, Steph Fox <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

>> One change I will apply is to put the useful functions and data in
>> confutils and not in a specific config.w32. confutils is the common
>> trunc and is run before any other config.w32 code.
> Please test this first. I'm talking about main/config.w32.h, which makes
> constants available throughout PHP as well as the build. confutils doesn't
> do this.

this file is generated automatically on each time you run configure.
It is fine to keep the config.w32.h.in as dummy template (it is not
used), so we have a file in cvs with all possible values, just like a
autoconf's configurefile.

>> About the compiler/arch stuff, I did not do it yet for this exact
>> reason, there was no interest/will in the unix side. But it can be
>> done afterwards, even the summary thing (it is _very_ handy to double
>> check a build, there is more to come as well).
> Yeah... I just wanted a way to switch it off, I find it obfuscating rather
> than useful, I'm having to scroll back up to get to the information I
> actually want. But I'm aware that others (probably with larger screens) will
> see things differently.

I will add also more options and allows each output to be stored in a
file. It will help to improve and automate the QA check as well.


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