I know I will be directed to the 'windows' list, but I think it is
important that PHP is still available cross platform ... I run both
Linux and Windows and both should run the same?
Since many of my target systems are still Windows based, primary testing
of new stuff is done on that, but currently I'm unable to even test a
windows build due to the lack of php_interbase.dll.
Other packages are also missing from the ext directory most of which I
think I've identified as moved to PECL, but - while I do not use pdo -
where has php_pdo.dll gone. If it's built into the windows binary then
this needs to be pointed out?
On one hand I'm being told that I don't need to be able to build windows
binaries as these are provided - and I can't anyway as I am still
running a Borland development enviroment for windows - but if the core
facilities are not going to match the Linux builds then there is a
LAST time I was able to run 5.3 the bitweaver code base produced a lot
of warnings, while currently it runs clean with display_erros=on, but
until I can actually run it again I can't report any problems, and so I
will have to stay with the 5.2 branch.