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Mike Wallner's Blog:
Installing pecl_http
June 12, 2006 @ 05:49:17

Mike Wallner shares with us today a method for getting pecl_http installed and correctly configured for your system.

As pecl/http 1.0 has finally been released and I had noticed that it's been packaged already by several projects like PLD, Gentoo and FreeBSD, I wanted to explain what one is going to gain respectively lose by using the different build/configure options for the extension.

He goes through and explains each of the conifgure options - enable-http, with-http-curl-requests, with-http-zlib-compression, with-http-magic-mime, and with-htt-shared-deps - giving about a paragraph worth of information of what it is and what it does for the package.

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