I often want to test things in PHP which don't require the default 
extensions to be compiled in.
It would be nice if we had something like --enable-tiny which would 
automatically turn off all of the default extensions (besides standard) 
which are pcre, mysql, xml and session.
Right now ./configure supports turning off pcre, xml and session so only 
mysql is missing. I guess we could either add a --disable-mysql and I could 
make myself a tiny.sh script which automatically configures PHP without 
these modules or it could be nice to have a --enable-tiny flag (but not 

I don't know this autoconf stuff well. I guess a good start would be to 
allow for a --disable-mysql.
Does anyone here have the strength to do do it?



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