Phuby wraps PHP in a loving embrace. Exposes a PHP runtime in ruby
rt = Phuby::Runtime.new rt.start rt.eval('$hello = "world"') assert_equal "world", rt['hello'] rt.stop
The following instructions apply to OS X (probably not needed on linux):
DO NOT change the prefix… No, I don't know why yet.
Install iconv with macports
$ sudo port install iconv
Install MySQL with macports
$ sudo port install mysql5 mysql5-server
Set some symbolic links:
$ cd /opt/local $ sudo ln -s mysql5/mysql include/mysql $ sudo ln -s mysql5/mysql/libmysqlclient.15.dylib lib/libmysqlclient.dylib
Patch and configure php
If you're on OS X, apply php.patch to the downloaded php. Then configure php with the proper flags. These paths are for OS X, but you should be able to adjust them for linux:
$ patch -p0 < ../path/to/php.patch $ ./configure --enable-debug \ --enable-embed \ --disable-cli \ --with-mysql=/opt/local \ --with-mysqli=/opt/local/lib/mysql5/bin/mysql_config \ --with-mysql-sock=/opt/local/var/run/mysql5/mysqld.sock \ --prefix=/usr/local $ make && sudo make install
Then, either install the gem, or rake test
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