Re: [PHP-DEV] Midgard (Was: cvs: php4 /ext/midgard .cvsignore...)

2001-02-13 Thread Peter \[DiSAStA]\ Petermann
Well right now it won't really solve it because pear is included in the distribution. However, the idea behind pear is to be something more similar what if midgard would be handled like php-gtk? :) Peter Petermann -- *ZIMT - where PHP meets needs* [EMAIL PROTECTED] www.cyberfly.net --

Re: [PHP-DEV] Midgard (Was: cvs: php4 /ext/midgard .cvsignore...)

2001-02-13 Thread Emiliano
Peter "[DiSAStA]" Petermann wrote: Well right now it won't really solve it because pear is included in the distribution. However, the idea behind pear is to be something more similar what if midgard would be handled like php-gtk? How would that be? Emile -- PHP Development Mailing

Re: [PHP-DEV] Midgard (Was: cvs: php4 /ext/midgard .cvsignore...)

2001-02-13 Thread Emiliano
Andi Gutmans wrote: OK, my mistake. So moving php4/ext/midgard to php4/pear/midgard would solve this? Well right now it won't really solve it because pear is included in the distribution. However, the idea behind pear is to be something more similar to CPAN which means both PHP and C

Re: [PHP-DEV] Midgard (Was: cvs: php4 /ext/midgard .cvsignore...)

2001-02-13 Thread Peter \[DiSAStA]\ Petermann
Well right now it won't really solve it because pear is included in the distribution. However, the idea behind pear is to be something more similar what if midgard would be handled like php-gtk? How would that be? /php-gtk -- thatway :) Peter Petermann -- *ZIMT - where PHP meets

Re: [PHP-DEV] Midgard (Was: cvs: php4 /ext/midgard .cvsignore...)

2001-02-13 Thread Rasmus Lerdorf
There is also the phpize stuff (which I don't know). It's something like phpize /path/to/midgard and then compiling the midgard as a shared library. I think the first example I gave you is probably good enough though. The phpize methods works (it's what we use right now), but loading the

Re: [PHP-DEV] Midgard (Was: cvs: php4 /ext/midgard .cvsignore...)

2001-02-13 Thread Emiliano
Stanislav Malyshev wrote: E With the PHP4 version of Midgard, patching is no longer a E necessity. It's an ordinary extension like the others. Ah, so parser modifications are out? Good to know. Yes, they are. Emile -- PHP Development Mailing List http://www.php.net/ To unsubscribe,

RE: [PHP-DEV] Midgard (Was: cvs: php4 /ext/midgard .cvsignore...)

2001-02-12 Thread James Moore
At 22:11 12/2/2001, Rasmus Lerdorf wrote: The idea here is that Midgard has a large installed base of users, all of whom have to run a modified version of PHP. The extension, albeit rather large at this point, is supposed to provide the basic functionality in the standard PHP

Re: [PHP-DEV] Midgard (Was: cvs: php4 /ext/midgard .cvsignore...)

2001-02-12 Thread Emiliano
James Moore wrote: With the PHP4 version of Midgard, patching is no longer a necessity. It's an ordinary extension like the others. Perhaps it would be an idea to move it out of the main PHP CVS (into another cvs module) for now and put links on php.net, personally I would really like

Re: [PHP-DEV] Midgard (Was: cvs: php4 /ext/midgard .cvsignore...)

2001-02-12 Thread Sebastian Bergmann
Emiliano wrote: But PEAR is a repository for scripts written in PHP, right? PHP Extension and Add-On Repository. Extensions and Add-Ons, written in either PHP or C, are welcome :-) -- sebastian bergmann e-mail : [EMAIL PROTECTED] homepage :

RE: [PHP-DEV] Midgard (Was: cvs: php4 /ext/midgard .cvsignore...)

2001-02-12 Thread James Moore
With the PHP4 version of Midgard, patching is no longer a necessity. It's an ordinary extension like the others. Perhaps it would be an idea to move it out of the main PHP CVS (into another cvs module) for now and put links on php.net, personally I would really like to see things

Re: [PHP-DEV] Midgard (Was: cvs: php4 /ext/midgard .cvsignore...)

2001-02-12 Thread Andi Gutmans
At 10:18 PM 2/12/2001 +0100, Emiliano wrote: Sebastian Bergmann wrote: Emiliano wrote: But PEAR is a repository for scripts written in PHP, right? PHP Extension and Add-On Repository. Extensions and Add-Ons, written in either PHP or C, are welcome :-) OK, my mistake. So moving