ID: 5698
Updated by: cardinal
Old-Status: Analyzed
Status: Closed
Bug Type: Feature/Change Request
Operating system: 
PHP Version: 4.0.1pl2
Assigned To: 

Checking lib and lib/mysql was added before 4.0.1 was released, according to the CVS 

Previous Comments:

[2000-08-17 11:55:15] [EMAIL PROTECTED]
I think the way to solve this isn't adding 2 configure options. The only difference 
between this installation and any other "standard" mysql installation is --


The standard installations (from a tarball, etc) install to:


So the appropriate solution is to check for MySQL libraries within lib/ and lib/mysql 
instead of just the latter.


[2000-07-24 21:12:30] [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Seems to be an OS specific Feature/Change Request


[2000-07-20 14:48:23] [EMAIL PROTECTED]
There should really be a way to supply different paths of the MySQL headers and 
libraries... if you have the Debian mysql packages ./configure 
--with-mysql=<something> can't be done as you can then only find either the headers OR 
the libs... (example: /usr/lib/ and /usr/include/mysql/mysql.h)

It'd be really nice to be able to supply --with-mysql-includes= and 
--with-mysql-libraries= or something like that... so you don't have to create symlinks 
all over your system...

Thanks in advance...


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