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Microsoft think Zend builds PHP wrong

j-pimp (177072) writes | more than 4 years ago

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j-pimp writes "It all started with a simple bug encountered while trying to get PHP and WCF to play nice. Before you know it I was attempting to compile PHP on windows myself. I found out the directions for building PHP on windows that come with the source code are out of date. I filed a bug report and was told: You have to ask the Microsoft guys to update that file. [php wiki article] was one of our best Windows know-how (not-microsoft-employee) guy shot at documenting the process, but the feedback he got from Microsoft employees was this is crap. its all wrong."
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j-pimp (177072) | more than 4 years ago | (#30802940)

I have been informed that Zend and the people that run PHP.NET are separate entities. Also, the people that demanded the new build documentation be reverted were zend developers that specialized in windows programming.

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