> > note the 1.4b. it requires autoconf 2.50. but I think this goes for 1.4
> > also, but doesn't screem
>     Libtool 1.4 does not require autoconf 2.50 or higher.  Note
>     that libtool-1.4b is an alpha release, so you have to expect
>     failures.

Perhaps I am too tired, but where did the stuff that would install php.h
and the rest of the header files in /usr/local/include/php go?  A "make
install" doesn't seem to do this anymore which means standalone extensions
are going to have issues.


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