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PHP Extensions with VS.net



Written by:jake_null
Published by:Nightscript
Published on:2004-09-09 01:36:49
Topic:C
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There are a few articles on building PHP extensions online, but most are aged and don't deal with visual studio .net. With the recent work I've been doing on a hefty web project i came to point where regular php code was too slow for my needs and i already knew how to perform the same function with C, so i dove head first into PHP extensions and the Zend C API. If your in the same situation i suggest doing the same.


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Comments:
Anonymous
2007-02-27 07:26:13
Great article. Just got this tutorial to work with php-5.2.1.

One correction though. The header file should have the define:

#define COMPILE_DL_EXTEND 1

as:

#define COMPILE_DL_<YOUR_EXTENSION_NAME> 1

And there should be a matching version of it in th .c file as follows:

#if COMPILE_DL_<YOUR_EXTENSION_NAME>
ZEND_GET_MODULE(<your_extension_name>)
#endif

Thanks
Anonymous
2008-09-09 14:17:09
Where is PHP.h(In Windows OS)?
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