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PHP_4_3's ext/mysql can't be built without explicitly adding the
--with-openssl configure option when building against an SSL-enabled
libmysql.

With HEAD this seems not to be the case.

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  • Sebastian Bergmann at Jun 14, 2003 at 9:28 am

    Sebastian Bergmann wrote:
    With HEAD this seems not to be the case.
    Update: The same problem is also in HEAD.

    Is there a way to detect an SSL-enabled libmysql and automatically
    add --with-openssl?
  • Jani Taskinen at Jun 14, 2003 at 11:28 am

    On Sat, 14 Jun 2003, Sebastian Bergmann wrote:
    Sebastian Bergmann wrote:
    With HEAD this seems not to be the case.
    Update: The same problem is also in HEAD.

    Is there a way to detect an SSL-enabled libmysql and automatically
    add --with-openssl?
    Does it fail during configure or when compiling/linking?
    (without --with-openssl)

    Using --with-openssl won't help anyway with --with-mysql=shared,/usr/local
    so it has to be fixed somehow.

    ext/mysqli propably works fine as it relies on the mysql_config script
    and gets the correct CFLAGS and LIBS from it..we could use that
    for ext/mysql too..?

    Or just provide --with-openssl-dir ála --with-iconv-dir.

    --Jani
  • Sebastian Bergmann at Jun 14, 2003 at 12:50 pm

    Jani Taskinen wrote:
    Does it fail during configure or when compiling/linking?
    (without --with-openssl)
    During ./configure. Any, yes, --with-openssl isn't the right thing,
    it should just auto-detect that the OpenSSL includes/library are
    needed.

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