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Compiling PECL extensions statically into PHP


Compiling PECL extensions statically into PHP

You might find that you need to build a PECL extension statically into your PHP binary. To do this, you'll need to place the extension source under the php-src/ext/ directory and tell the PHP build system to regenerate its configure script.

 $ cd /your/phpsrcdir/ext $ pecl download extname $ gzip -d < extname.tgz | tar -xvf - $ mv extname-x.x.x extname 

This will result in the following directory:


/your/phpsrcdir/ext/extname

From here, force PHP to rebuild the configure script, and then build PHP as normal:


$ cd /your/phpsrcdir
$ rm configure
$ ./buildconf --force
$ ./configure --help
$ ./configure --with-extname --enable-someotherext --with-foobar
$ make
$ make install

Note: To run the 'buildconf' script you need autoconf 2.13 and automake 1.4+ (newer versions of autoconf may work, but are not supported).

Whether --enable-extname or --with-extname is used depends on the extension. Typically an extension that does not require external libraries uses --enable. To be sure, run the following after buildconf:


$ ./configure --help | grep extname



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