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I need a hint to integrate a php-extension build into an existing automa
I need a hint to integrate a php-extension build into an existing automake
Thu, 1 Oct 2009 11:20:09 +0200
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I want to add a "php" extension into an allready existing project creating
various extensions to other languages as well
I use automake/autoconf for build top-level project. My new "php"
extension has the name "phpmsgque" build in the subdirectory
of the same name. The sudirectory is filled with all files necessary
to build a php extension
php requires the following steps to build an extension,
1. change into the phpmsgque directory
2. run the tool:
-> this tool create a complete autoconf build environment
3. run the command:
-> this create a "Makefile"
4. now use make .... for build
now my problem:
1. while running the toplevel "automake" (or autoreconf) I would like to run
the tool "phpize" in the phpmsgque subdirectory to create the php build
environment. I have the "Makefile.am" (not used in the php build) to
add instructions to link the both build environments.
2. while run toplevel "configure" I would like to run the "configure"
script in the "phpmsgque" subdirectory as well
so I looking for an integration of 2 build environments
the second question is easy to solve I use
in the toplevel configure.in but the php build environment has
"no" AM_INIT_AUTOMAKE to get a "full" integration
I use the docs from automake info pages to get the info
from above to integrate two packages:
- I need a hint to integrate a php-extension build into an existing automake,
Andreas Otto <=