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Howto install sablotron xslt

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by eeadmin, Mar 15, 2005.

  1. eeadmin

    eeadmin Well-Known Member

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    I am trying to configure and install sablotron for php. I have a need to integrate the xslt into some code we are using. I seem to be able to get through installing expat and sablotron. The makes seem to work okay, but when I got to make php the second to the last step I get this kind of error:

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    /home/cpapachebuild/buildapache/php-4.3.10/ext/xml/xml.c:233: undefined reference to `php_XML_ExpatVersion'


    It is almost always some sort of undefined reference. This is the most recent one I have recieved. It refers to XML, but I have had them for several different issues.

    Does anybody know anything about this or have any luck getting this done.
     
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    Hello, which versions of the applications, expat, sablotron etc are you trying to install? Is this through the buildapache script or are you installing manually?

    < edit, i should read more closer :p I see now you are using buildapache.

    Have you tried to install the packages manually, I have found that has been necessary on some boxes due to various reasons.
     
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    eeadmin Well-Known Member

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    It worked

    You know it is fun eventaully I found a place in the whm for to build apache with sablotron and it worked. So that is definitely the fast way to go.
     
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