On Mon, 9 Apr 2001, Chuck Hagenbuch wrote:

> Quoting Derick Rethans <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>:
> > I would go for optionally on, I really dont want to build both the apache
> > module (p.e.) AND the CGi at the same time. For QA testing this is fine,
> > but not for production servers.
> But if the PEAR installer is going to depend on the cgi version of php, we're
> going to need it installed on machines by default. Making people build php
> twice in order to use PEAR is going to kill user acceptance.

I didn't meant it shouldn't be build both, I only would like to see if
it's optional to build the CGI too, like --with-apache --enable-cgi
This would be nice for people who don't use PEAR at all, or ISP's who dont
want PEAR modules getting installed.


Derick Rethans

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