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Php -- options

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  1. cPanelNick

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    Post php options that you would like to see included in the next buildapache here.

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  2. gemby

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    Nick, you realy suprissed me!

    Ok, what i will like to see in php....
    pspell

    But in apache i will like to see...
    mod_gzip (stable, not testing version)
    mod_python

    I also would like if buildapache builds are documented somehow, some changelog would be great....

    And if is to much work to make system with roll-back feature for buildapache builds, it will be great if it is posibble to have all apache builds listed and posible to choose wich to build, ofcourse with some build mark, not just date....

    And i will like to see in whm in Software -> Build apache, much more idiot-proof version of builder, for example, if you uncheck "php 4.3.2", and check "Downgrade to php4.2.3" and check a whole pile of modules for php (like i did), result is failure!

    This is it for now :)))

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    mod_auth_mysql

    I haven't seen mod_auth_mysql in easyapache, and would like to request that ASAP.

    When would the next version of easyapache (with mod_auth_mysql) be available, or should I go ahead and recompile apache on our own? Any suggestions on the best approach?

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    --with-mysql=/usr
     
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    --with-mysql=/usr

    second this

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  6. cPanelNick

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    In the latest build apache, the following have been added to php config

    openssl support
    system mysql support
    pspell support
    mhash support

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    --with-mysql=/usr

    Third this :)

    Also, it would save manual PHP compiles on one server here if the following options could be added:

    --with-mcal
    --with-pspell
    --with-gettext

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    I could really use --with-gettext ASAP!

    Also, just a suggestion, not even sure if this can work, but what about a text feild for other options? ie, after the modules are selected, if the ones we want aren't there, we get to a text field where we can add, for example: "--with-something, --with-somethingelse"?

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    That field suggestion is great!

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    Apache: mod_jk2, mod_auth_mysql, mod_dav
    php: You put them all in :)

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  11. cPanelNick

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    gettext
    and
    wddx have been added

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  12. haze

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    Gave it a go w/ gettext and it didn't seem to compile it in, at least its not in my ./configure @ phpinfo.

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    nick,

    What about a input field which allows them to type in thier own options?

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    --enable-exif

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    freetype

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  16. haze

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    Thats already an option ;)

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    doh! your right! For some reason it wasn't in alphabetical order so I missed it.

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    Cool... wddx was the one I was looking for, it'll save us a LOT of time since we won't have to re-compile PHP after running easyapache to get wddx in. Thanks!

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    Jeff,

    freetype support is already there. You can either use 6th option while running buildapache.sea or /scripts/easyapache

    Cheers

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    An option to build PHP as a module and not as CGI if phpSuExec isn't selected ...
     
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