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Bug #25456 It would be nice to have a php-config, phpextdist and phpize man pages.
Submitted: 2003-09-09 13:09 UTC Modified: 2005-04-30 06:30 UTC
From: eseidel at apple dot com Assigned:
Status: Closed Package: CGI/CLI related
PHP Version: 4.3.3 OS: All
Private report: No CVE-ID: None
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 [2003-09-09 13:09 UTC] eseidel at apple dot com
phpextdist ships as an executable with php, but does not 
come with a corresponding man page.  It would be nice to 
have a simple man page for phpextdist.

Reproduce code:
man phpextdist
No manual entry for phpextdist

Expected result:
shows the man page

Actual result:
doesn't show a man page.


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 [2004-12-30 00:01 UTC]
No clue what phpextdist is, so we can't make a man page for it.
 [2005-01-08 00:57 UTC] eseidel at apple dot com
Isn't that the problem to begin with? :)


It's a simple script, it looks like it should just be 
removed from the install.
 [2005-04-29 15:27 UTC]
Here are the files: .
I know only a little about the scripts and only a little about the man pages format. Can someone from the source code team revise the pages, add the files to the appropriate place (most probably sapi/cli where also php.1 lives) and arrange copying to the same folder as php.1 during the installation?

I did my best.
 [2005-04-30 06:30 UTC]
- phpextdist moved to scripts/dev and no more installed.
- Added the man pages by

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