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opcache no loadable
php.ini add: extension=php_opcache.dll
opcache in phpinfo()
extension_loaded('opcache') returns true
no opcache in phpinfo()
extension_loaded('opcache') returns false
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Try Beta 2 and use zend_extension=php_opcache.dll
but ini syntax for dlls is: extension=
"extension" loads PHP modules, "zend_extension" loads Zend extensions. Those are different things so there are different directives.
Add dll automatic detection (extension / Zend extension) for syntax unification.
From the user point view there is no difference.
There are a few differences, many you won'T really notice (load order, available internal hooks, ...) and some user notable (you can't use dl() on Zend Extensions, there's different reflection, ...) which won't allow easy unification. Especially as there are logical differences (Zend Extensions are loaded by and into the engine, and the engine is more or less independent from "PHP" where PHP extensions (modules) are loaded.
We'll most likely improve the error reporting in this situation: http://news.php.net/php.internals/66909 everything else require major refactoring.
Closing this issue.