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SQLite Support for PHP4 Page 2

By Jason Farrell
on August 24, 2004

For those of you who wish to build the module yourself, this can be done
in a few steps. The first step, of course, is to obtain the tarball and
untar it. Once this is complete, enter the newly created directory.
Next run the ‘phpize’ program which will in effect build a module tree
from the included files that can be configured and installed. Note: If
you get a ‘command not found’ when you attempt to run phpize, make sure
it is in your path and that your copy of PHP came with the binary
(/path/to/php/bin). If you obtained PHP from a vendor package, you will
need the development package as well. Once this is complete you are
ready to configure the module for installation. This is done simply by
using ./configure –with-sqlite.
Following a successful ./configure, su to root and make all install.
This will compile the extension and place the .so file in a subdirectory
under the extensions directory. As previously stated, you may have to
create this directory path, if it doesn’t already exist. In the end, you
should issue the following commands to the Command Line Interface.

        cd foo
        ./configure --with-sqlite
        make all install

(Commands courtesy PECL-Dev Mailing List Member Sara Golemon)