On Wednesday 06 August 2003 13:41, Evan Morris wrote:

> Basically, I want to know if it is possible to make PHP aware of
> Interbase/Firebird *without* recompiling PHP.

It depends on how you've installed PHP. If it was installed from a distro's 
RPM then maybe there's no need to recompile -- ask on your relevant distro's 
mailing list.

If using Windows then check out:


(which you could have found by googling for > firebird php)

> If it is not possible, I'd like to know what option to pass PHP at
> configure time when the Firebird installation is on a remote machine. Ie,
> the machine where PHP is running *does not* have Firebird installed.

As Firebird is based on Interbase, I believe you can use PHP's Interbase 
interface: manual > InterBase functions, for installation instructions.

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