Re: Haiku AMP status
On Fri, Jul 20, 2012 at 1:18 PM, François Revol <revol@...> wrote:
> On 20/07/2012 22:12, Cian Duffy wrote:
>> On 20 July 2012 21:00, Brian Hague <alphaseinor@...> wrote:
>>> Slightly off topic...
>>> I know there's not a lot of people who have been looking into this,
>>> but thought I might throw it out there...
>>> Is there anyone working on porting Apache, PHP, MySQL (or other SQL
> I started porting Nginx but it has an issue with strerror() currently
> (or rather an issue with not using it).
Kaliber got Apache working with PHP in 2009:
And he's got a patch for building mysql on Haiku, although I don't
know how well any of these work:
It's been awhile since I tried building Apache and PHP, but Diger
confirms that PHP builds ok with haikuporter and even works with
In regards to his comment -- "Most likely you have not installed
bzip2. The haikuports has a lot of mistakes. Bzip2 is not specified in
the curves of the php. Use haikuporter -i bzip2-1.0.6"
Would be nice, that instead of bashing, that people would take time to
file tickets and explain what they are finding wrong with ports so
that they can be improved. HaikuPorts was created to help centralize
the porting efforts, and is there for all of us to improve the ports.
Anyone look into what would be needed to add support for PHP to Haiku's poorman?