[thelist] PHP on Mac OSX, not the same?

Wesley Mason wes at pmason.karoo.co.uk
Tue Apr 6 15:56:43 CDT 2004

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If you're using the default PHP build that comes with OS X, you might 
want to try compiling a new version, or downloading the pre-packaged 
version someone has online, as I found a lot of standard functions 
weren't compiled into the default.

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On Apr 6, 2004, at 2:14 am, Diane Soini wrote:

> I'm new to using php. I've got version 4.3.4 of php on my Mac, but 
> frequently I get errors calling functions I see on the php.net web 
> site. For example, array_chunk(). What's the deal? It says array_chunk 
> is from version 4.2.0 and above on the site, but the error is that 
> it's an undefined function. I had to copy and use the example 
> array_chunk code they provided for those unfortunates like me whose 
> version of PHP doesn't have it.
> I'd upgrade php, but I don't see the point.  It's quite a pain not 
> being able to write code that works at home and on the server. Any 
> suggestions?
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