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PHP-GTK in Redhat 9 (installing?)

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Hi All,

I am trying to get PHP-GTK (an addon to PHP to allow it to make GUI's)
to work
in Redhat 9. Has anyone gotten this to work? (If so, can you say how?)

PHP-GTK seems a bit immature for Redhat right now (no RPM's seem to
exist, and following the make instructions to build from source
fails). This is a plain regular Redhat9 install, so I would have
expected it to work without so many problems.

The 0.5.2 load seems to have a syntax error in the .buildconf script
(when running the configure script it makes it dies at:
checking for PHP-GTK support... yes, shared
checking for gawk... gawk
checking for PHP executable in /usr/bin... found
../configure: line 2606: syntax error near unexpected token `debug,'
../configure: line 2606: `PHP_GTK_ARG_ENABLE(debug, whether to include
debugging symbols,'

0.5.1 version had a variety of different problems during the make, and
wouldnt install either.
Is this package supported (and does anyone use?) php-gtk in Redhat
Linux (9). If so, could someone tell me how to install it, and what
the prereqs for redhat9 might be? The online webguides I have found so
far all fail..

Thank you!
Jack
Jul 17 '05 #1
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