Following up on her previous two posts, Elizabeth Smith has finally gotten the process down to an art for compiling PHP-GTK2 into a Windows version of PHP 5.2 pretty painlessly.
No, I'm not insane. And I realize that there are some great resources for downloading precompiled ready to go PHP windows binaries and extensions. However, I've been working with PHP-GTK2, and writing C code. I wanted to be able to test new things being placed in CVS and learn enough C to help increase the implementation percentage.
She breaks the process up into the four logical steps for getting it up and running:
She also tosses in a few screenshots of the process so you don't get too lost. There's a lot of information in here, so you'll need to pay attention, especially when it comes to the other packages and items you'll need installed to get it working.