Re: Re: Running more PHP-versions with php_opcache.dll

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On Wed, Jul 10, 2013 at 10:28 AM, Jan Ehrhardt <phpdev@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Jan Ehrhardt in (Tue, 09 Jul 2013 23:11:36 +0200):
>>Pierre Joye in (Tue, 9 Jul 2013 22:39:17 +0200):
>>>I do not understand why you build everything from scratch. Providing the
>>>missing ext should be enough. Also we work with everyone to be sure that we
>>>are all sync'ed from a VC version POV. There should not be a need to
>>>provide custom build for php itself. But that's another discussion.
>>It started with something did not deliver: x64 versions of PHP
>>5.3 and 5.4. And for me it is the easiest way to keep up-to-date. A
>>single build script for all extensions, with a direct check if they
>>load. But you are right: that is another discussion.
> What also did not deliver was versions with openssl 1.x.
> I switched to that early because of this problem with curl and openssl
> 0.9.8h+:
> It might have been fixed 2 months ago:

We simply can't move to 1.x for any current stable versions (but 5.5
which has 1.x now). There are so many incompatibilities (both ABI and
API) and many 3rd parties extensions rely on openssl.


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