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Re: New packge: lighttpd-1.3.0
>> I hate this package since I tried to build it the first time.
> Part of the problem here is that "We don't support building under
> Cygwin" is the official line from php-dev.
> I've got php-4.3.8 working fine as a DSO with Apache (a single 3.1M
> chgphp4.dll.) This works for whatever modules/extensions are statically
> included, but obviously that's not quite acceptable. If you
> "--enable-foo=shared" you get a foo.a file in the modules dir, but this
> is not a win32 executable and so it cannot be dlopen()'d. I'm still
> working on how to get these extension modules working, when I do I'll
> ITP the whole batch.
If it works on Linux to get .so shared modules, why should it not work
on Cygwin to get the modules the same way?
I have already half the way through, I'll hopefully get a shared
library now and then I'll try to get the modules shared too.
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