On Thu, Jun 27, 2002 at 09:14:32AM +0200, René Moonen wrote:
> >Yes. Since 4.1.x at least. But for XSLT you need to get expat and
> >Sablotron and link them into the compile (with the appropriate
> >./configure options).
> Hum, I did spent some time yesterday on exactly that, but with no
> success (yet).
> I'm using
> Linux RedHat 7.1.
> Expat 1.95.3
> Sablotron 0.95-1
> PHP 4.2.1
I had the same problem yesterday afternoon, trying to compile PHP with
Sablotron 0.95. Last week, I did a compile with Sablotron 0.90 and everything
was good, so I downgraded 0.95 to 0.90 and was able to successfully build
> Compiling and installing Expat and Sablotron works fine (so it seems)
> but after that I get errors compiling PHP with XSLT options. Compiling
> without the XSLT options works just fine. These are the PHP options I use:
> The last two are the ones that I have added to allow for XSLT
> Am I missing something?
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