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PHP Libraries and PECL (2 simple questions) BEGINER

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pek
Two questions:

1. Is there a way I can find a list of all available php libraries and
with which version they can run..?

2. Using php code, is they a way I can find out if I have loaded a
specific PECL extension..? (like extension_loaded() for php libraries).

Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks.

Sep 16 '06 #1
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pek

pek wrote:
Two questions:

1. Is there a way I can find a list of all available php libraries and
with which version they can run..?

2. Using php code, is they a way I can find out if I have loaded a
specific PECL extension..? (like extension_loaded() for php libraries).

Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks.
Sorry. I meant PEAR instead of PECL..

Sep 16 '06 #2

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pek wrote:
Two questions:

1. Is there a way I can find a list of all available php libraries and
with which version they can run..?
That's a tall order.

If your talking PEAR, this URL will give you such a list...

http://pear.php.net/packages.php

If your talking DLL Libraries (for windows)...

http://www.zend.com/manual/install.w...extensions.php

hit the "Windows PHP Extensions" link in the third paragraph.

If your talking Linux, I have no idea.

If your talking about PHP (code iclude) Libraries, there are too many
to count. YOu just have to search the 'net.

2. Using php code, is they a way I can find out if I have loaded a
specific PECL extension..? (like extension_loaded() for php libraries).
Yes, change PECL to PEAR...

interesting question. Beyong looking in the PEAR directory...

I'd like to see an answer to that one as well.

Walter

Sep 17 '06 #3

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pek

ot*******@gmail.com wrote:
pek wrote:
Two questions:

1. Is there a way I can find a list of all available php libraries and
with which version they can run..?

That's a tall order.

If your talking PEAR, this URL will give you such a list...

http://pear.php.net/packages.php

If your talking DLL Libraries (for windows)...

http://www.zend.com/manual/install.w...extensions.php

hit the "Windows PHP Extensions" link in the third paragraph.

If your talking Linux, I have no idea.

If your talking about PHP (code iclude) Libraries, there are too many
to count. YOu just have to search the 'net.

2. Using php code, is they a way I can find out if I have loaded a
specific PECL extension..? (like extension_loaded() for php libraries).

Yes, change PECL to PEAR...

interesting question. Beyong looking in the PEAR directory...

I'd like to see an answer to that one as well.

Walter
Thank you for your help.. ;)

Sep 21 '06 #4

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pek

ot*******@gmail.com wrote:
pek wrote:
Two questions:

1. Is there a way I can find a list of all available php libraries and
with which version they can run..?

That's a tall order.

If your talking PEAR, this URL will give you such a list...

http://pear.php.net/packages.php

If your talking DLL Libraries (for windows)...

http://www.zend.com/manual/install.w...extensions.php

hit the "Windows PHP Extensions" link in the third paragraph.

If your talking Linux, I have no idea.

If your talking about PHP (code iclude) Libraries, there are too many
to count. YOu just have to search the 'net.

2. Using php code, is they a way I can find out if I have loaded a
specific PECL extension..? (like extension_loaded() for php libraries).

Yes, change PECL to PEAR...

interesting question. Beyong looking in the PEAR directory...

I'd like to see an answer to that one as well.

Walter
Thank you for your help.. ;)

Sep 21 '06 #5

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