I finaly figured out that I could set all the options I needed in the file "config_vars.mk", now i am fighting with POSIX.... it does not want to die....
Matt White wrote:
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I've been wanting to do this for a while (compile PHP as an Apache/NetWare module). If you need help, please let me know. I don't have a NetWare compiler, but I've been needing a reason to get one.
The flags that are being passed into GCC control the way it compiles (In order... All warnings, optimize to level two, include debug symbols, use /usr/nwsdk/include as a include path, don't use the standard includes, don't use the built-in functions, and pack structs).
If you're not using GCC (or are you?), you'll need to set those flags in your compiler.
>>> Davin Thompson <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> 04/25/01 01:01PM >>>
I am currently attempting to compile PHP as an NLM. Unfortunately,my programming skills fall short of the task, but I am wading my way throughit. What I am currently stuck on is where in the php4 configure script(if this is the right place to do it at) should I add the following tohave it passed to gcc as it compiles it?
CFLAGS = -Wall -O2 -g -I/usr/nwsdk/include/ -nostdinc -fno-builtin -fpack-struct
Im not sure what other problems I may run into down the road, but Ihave made it this far at least.. Any help anyone could providewould be immensely appreciated
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