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Bug #940 Make Apache's and PHP3's regex to the same.
Submitted: 1998-11-22 18:56 UTC Modified: 1998-11-23 00:08 UTC
From: elvis at sch dot bme dot hu Assigned:
Status: Closed Package: Installation problem
PHP Version: 3.0.5 OS: RH Linux 5.2
Private report: No CVE-ID: None
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 [1998-11-22 18:56 UTC] elvis at sch dot bme dot hu
I've installed a RH 5.2 with its default 1.3.x Apache as RPM.
Then I've installed PHP3 3.0.5 RPM package.It works well exept the regex functions.I found out it comes from the different types of Apache's and PHP3's regex functions.How can I configure them to work together?
Is it possible with the this RMPs?



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 [1998-11-23 00:08 UTC] jim
The regex libraries that ship with Apache and PHP3 should be the same. You just need
to make sure that both are using the regex libraries they ship with (WANT_HSREGEX
in the Apache configuration, --without-system-regex in PHP's).
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