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Hint: Checking what config.log has might give you some ideas
what is wrong. Also, ./configure --help might help.


On Tue, 31 Jul 2001, Christophe Gerard wrote:

>I can't use the URL at the bottom of this email to reply, bacsuse I get an
>error message saying that my password is incorrect. In fact, I didn't use
>What must I do to continue the thread ?
>I wanted to add this comment:
>Sorry for the incorrect forum
>I've tried  --with-pdflib=/usr/local, and many others directories, even non
>existing ones.
>It's always the same thing, php doesn't display any error at build time, but
>doesn't recognize the pdf functions.
>How can I see what libraries is the build process trying to use ?
>Should I post a new message in [EMAIL PROTECTED], or continue to
>follow this thread ?
>> -----Message d'origine-----
>> De : PHP Bug Database [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
>> Envoyé : mardi 31 juillet 2001 14:36
>> Objet : Bug #12483: PHP doesn't recognize PDFLib
>> From:             [EMAIL PROTECTED]
>> Operating system: Solaris 2.6
>> PHP version:      4.0.6
>> PHP Bug Type:     *Configuration Issues
>> Bug description:  PHP doesn't recognize PDFLib
>> I've installed the PDFLIB 4.01 source in <pdflib-dir>, run ./configure,
>> make and make install.
>> Then, as specified in <pdflib-dir>/bind/php/readme.txt, copied
>> <pdflib-dir>/bind/php/ext/pdf/* in <php-dir>/ext/pdf
>> and build php with ./configure --with-pdflib=/usr/local/lib
>> I got no errors, but PHP doesn't recognize any PDF functions (Call to
>> undefined function:  pdf_new())
>> I tried to change the --with-pdflib value, (<pdflib-dir>/bind/c) without
>> success.
>> php -m doesn't say anything about pdf.
>> What can be wrong, how to know what pdflib php is looking for ?
>> Thank's in advance
>> --
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