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How do I get a version of PHP (hopefully 5) compiled with readline support installed as an app, or upgrade an already existing php app to support readline?

asked 08 Sep '14, 19:09

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This related post appears to be what you're looking for. It details the steps needed to compile your own PHP for use with an application.

You probably don't need to compile Apache from source. You can just use a private instance of the shared Apache, configured to use your locally-compiled PHP instead of the server-wide one.

Hope that helps!

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answered 09 Sep '14, 05:59

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