On Thu, May 03, 2001 at 09:28:03AM +0200, Jani Taskinen wrote:
> On Thu, 3 May 2001, Alexander Bokovoy wrote:
> >> This code branch should only be triggered if HAVE_IMAP_SSL is defined, which
> >> should only happen if you configure php --with-imap-ssl. If you're doing so,
> >> it's assumed that you've built c-client with SSL support.
> >Current configure macros in PHP 4.0.x have flaw that breaks your
> >assumption. ext/imap uses several PHP_ARG_WITH() macros in order to find
> >out configuration options. When building ext/imap as standalone
> >dynamically loadable module via phpize (self-contained extension),
> >PHP_ARG_WITH() relies on the value of $php_always_shared (which is 'yes'
> >here) so result of PHP_ARG_WITH always be 'yes' regardless of user input
> >or system checks.
> You're both wrong. This is really a bug in the IMAP-2001.beta sources.
> It's not possible to build it with SSL support on Unix.
It is possible and I did it, and it works. That's why I'm saying about it.
Look closer to the circumstances where this bug in configure rises.
It occurs when compiling extension via phpize, not with whole PHP4 tree.

> >This is known bug since early March but nobody fixed it and in general
> >fixing requires serious rework of PHP4's configure macros concept.
> Submit a patch or shut up.
Very nice answer. So, keep broken functionality forever.

Sincerely yours, Alexander Bokovoy 
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