I think it's very good as it is. ./configure actually is almost a standard
for every compilation and is not ment to be used by a programmer but by a
system admins. Linux is not Windows. If you really want to learn to compile
a php create in a day or two a complete line with everything you ever think
you need about php or compile them as modules, save the config line in a
file and keep it on a CD. From version to version are very few changes to
the ./configure options.

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"Nico Sabbi" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
> Hi,
> I wonder why at compile time ./configure  doesn't automatically detect
> features are compilable and what not, so as to
> build in php as much as possible.
> There isn't even such an option available, with the result that everytime
> recompile PHP I end-up missing some group of functions
> that I didn't expect to need.
> Thanks,
> Nico

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