Ok I am trying to use some of the PHP dbase functions and I get a call to
undefined function error.  Looking at the documentation I found a post on
the site that said in order for these to work I need to compile PHP with
dbase support with a command.  Here is the explination

    You need to compile php with dbase support. `./configure --with-dbase '
will give you dbase support.      Try `./configure --help' to get a list of
modules and compile options.

So my question is how can I compile php with this command?  Will I have to
get the source or is there some way that I can do this to my current version
of php?  Or would this command work when installing php?  And how can I
invoke this command when I do compile the source, say in Vis C++.


T P Cannell

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