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#1: PHP versions and extensions

Posted on 2010-08-22 08:30:46 by Tomasz Krawczyk

On some pages I see extensions builds for every PHP release. Let say
extension abc-1.2.3-php-5.3.0, abc-1.2.3-php-5.3.1 and so on. On other
pages I see extension builds for every minor PHP version f.e.
xyz-9.8.7-php5.0, xyz-9.8.7-php5.1 and so on.

Extensions need php5.lib or php5ts.lib to compile. So the question is if
list of exported functions by php5.dll and php5ts.dll is constant for
every PHP release or for every minor version?

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#2: Re: PHP versions and extensions

Posted on 2010-08-22 21:31:40 by Pierre Joye

2010/8/22 Tomasz Krawczyk <tomkrawc@gmail.com>:
> On some pages I see extensions builds for every PHP release. Let say
> extension abc-1.2.3-php-5.3.0, abc-1.2.3-php-5.3.1 and so on. On other pages
> I see extension builds for every minor PHP version f.e. xyz-9.8.7-php5.0,
> xyz-9.8.7-php5.1 and so on.
>
> Extensions need php5.lib or php5ts.lib to compile. So the question is if
> list of exported functions by php5.dll and php5ts.dll is constant for every
> PHP release or for every minor version?

It means the extension version 1.2.3, compiled for php 5.3. There is
no difference and should not have any between 5.3.1 or 5.3.3 (or any
other 5.3.x). Only 5.2.6 and later are not compatible with 5.2.5 or
earlier.

For example, I always use x.y.y-5.3/5.2 for my builds
(http://downloads.php.net/pierre/).

Cheers,
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Pierre

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