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#1 Dec. 3, 2005 09:36:11

Michael W.
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[PHP-DEV] Re: Recommended work flow for Win32 module compilation


Patrick Barnes wrote:Hi there,

I was wondering what the recommended work flow was to generate shared
modules compatible with the binary PHP .zip/installer for Win32.

Additionally, what software would I need to use to compile my module?If you want your module to work with the stock Win32 PHP release,
you'll need MSVC6. The rest is described in the manual.

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#2 Dec. 3, 2005 14:05:11

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[PHP-DEV] Re: Recommended work flow for Win32 module compilation


On 12/3/05, Michael Wallner <> wrote:
> Patrick Barnes wrote:
> > Hi there,
> >
> > I was wondering what the recommended work flow was to generate shared
> > modules compatible with the binary PHP .zip/installer for Win32.
> >
> > Additionally, what software would I need to use to compile my module?
>
> If you want your module to work with the stock Win32 PHP release,
> you'll need MSVC6. The rest is described in the manual.

VC6 or above... VC6 is really old now, and there are newer, free,
versions of the MS compiler available.

If you're targeting PHP 5, take a look at the
README.WIN32-BUILD-SYSTEM file in the PHP source.

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#3 Dec. 3, 2005 20:04:51

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[PHP-DEV] Re: Recommended work flow for Win32 module compilation


On 12/3/05, Michael Wallner <> wrote:
> Patrick Barnes wrote:
> > Hi there,
> >
> > I was wondering what the recommended work flow was to generate shared
> > modules compatible with the binary PHP .zip/installer for Win32.
> >
> > Additionally, what software would I need to use to compile my module?
>
> If you want your module to work with the stock Win32 PHP release,
> you'll need MSVC6. The rest is described in the manual.

VC6 or above... VC6 is really old now, and there are newer, free,
versions of the MS compiler available.

If you're targeting PHP 5, take a look at the
README.WIN32-BUILD-SYSTEM file in the PHP source.

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#4 Dec. 4, 2005 07:26:20

Patrick B.
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[PHP-DEV] Re: Recommended work flow for Win32 module compilation


Wez,

> > If you want your module to work with the stock Win32 PHP release,
> > you'll need MSVC6. The rest is described in the manual.
>
> VC6 or above... VC6 is really old now, and there are newer, free,
> versions of the MS compiler available.
>
> If you're targeting PHP 5, take a look at the
> README.WIN32-BUILD-SYSTEM file in the PHP source.

The reason I asked is that modules compiled with VS2005 don't seem to
work with the stock Win32 PHP release, even after copying all the
various DLLs into place. I forget the exact error, however.

Works fine with the compiled with VS2005 PHP, though.

> --Wez.

Regards,
Patrick

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#5 Dec. 4, 2005 16:02:53

Wez F.
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[PHP-DEV] Re: Recommended work flow for Win32 module compilation


Yeah, we should persuade Edin to upgrade his compiler :)

--Wez.

On 12/4/05, Patrick Barnes <> wrote:
> Wez,
>
> > > If you want your module to work with the stock Win32 PHP release,
> > > you'll need MSVC6. The rest is described in the manual.
> >
> > VC6 or above... VC6 is really old now, and there are newer, free,
> > versions of the MS compiler available.
> >
> > If you're targeting PHP 5, take a look at the
> > README.WIN32-BUILD-SYSTEM file in the PHP source.
>
> The reason I asked is that modules compiled with VS2005 don't seem to
> work with the stock Win32 PHP release, even after copying all the
> various DLLs into place. I forget the exact error, however.
>
> Works fine with the compiled with VS2005 PHP, though.
>
> > --Wez.
>
> Regards,
> Patrick
>

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