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compatibility between php 5.3.21 and 5.3.15 for pgsql [message #180329] Tue, 05 February 2013 05:12 Go to next message
Une Bvue[2] is currently offline  Une Bvue[2]
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Sur mon dell sous Snow Leopard php 5.3.15 est installe mais sans pgsql.

I'm running under Mac OS X Snow Leopard whith php 5.3.15 already
installed and running however *without* pgsql.

Then i need to compile that extension.

Could I use the one of php 5.3.21 (Old stable) :
<http://www.php.net/downloads.php>

that's to say I'll compile ONLY the "php-5.3.21/ext/pgsql" not the whole
php5.

this because i do not find an archived version 5.3.15.
Re: compatibility between php 5.3.21 and 5.3.15 for pgsql [message #180340 is a reply to message #180329] Tue, 05 February 2013 08:20 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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On 2/5/2013 5:12 AM, Une Bévue wrote:
> Sur mon dell sous Snow Leopard php 5.3.15 est installe mais sans pgsql.
>
> I'm running under Mac OS X Snow Leopard whith php 5.3.15 already
> installed and running however *without* pgsql.
>
> Then i need to compile that extension.
>
> Could I use the one of php 5.3.21 (Old stable) :
> <http://www.php.net/downloads.php>
>

Hard to say. You'd have to look at it to determine if there are any
changes between the two versions.

> that's to say I'll compile ONLY the "php-5.3.21/ext/pgsql" not the whole
> php5.
>
> this because i do not find an archived version 5.3.15.
>

http://php.net/releases/index.php

But why not upgrade to a version with fewer vulnerabilities (and perhaps
more features)?
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Re: compatibility between php 5.3.21 and 5.3.15 for pgsql [message #180343 is a reply to message #180340] Tue, 05 February 2013 08:38 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Le 05/02/13 14:20, Jerry Stuckle a écrit :
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> But why not upgrade to a version with fewer vulnerabilities (and perhaps
> more features)?

I'm not sure àt all`about all of the compilation options, at this time...

And also the php5 i do have is a builtin one made by Apple, ofently this
tricky to get same configuration.

I'll look further about your more cleaner solution.
Re: compatibility between php 5.3.21 and 5.3.15 for pgsql [message #180344 is a reply to message #180340] Tue, 05 February 2013 08:55 Go to previous message
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Le 05/02/13 14:20, Jerry Stuckle a écrit :
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> But why not upgrade to a version with fewer vulnerabilities (and perhaps
> more features)?

Done ;-)

You gave me a clever advice because it is even more quicker and simpler
to install 5.4.11.

It runs right now, a few minutes after ))

Here is the link to download ans install :
<http://php-osx.liip.ch/>

Some explanetion here :
< http://davidwinter.me/articles/2011/05/27/php-development-on-mac-os-x-10-6- snow-leopard/>

Again, thanks a lot !
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