On Mon, 2002-03-11 at 13:14, Erik Price wrote:
> Hello,
> I have a quick question, as I recompile my PHP installation up to 4.1.2:
> Is the --with-xml option to ./configure a standard these days?  I seem 
> to remember that in my initial PHP 4.0.6 installation I used this 
> parameter, but I just did
> [root@localhost] # ./configure --help | grep 'xml'
> and the only options that come up are --with-dom, --disable-xml, and 
> --with-xmlrpc.  The "--disable-xml" option leads me to believe that 
> --with-xml is a default option nowadays.  However, I could not confirm 
> this in the changelog, and I read all the way back through 4.0.6.  Was I 
> just mistaken in the first place by using this option?
> Thanks,
> Erik
> (PS: talking about a source install on Linux)

It's in the CVS changelog, but not in the NEWS file. XML was enabled by
default on March 12, 2000--so, it's been this way since before PHP 4 was
released. The CVS entry is here:




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