Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 61449
PHP mcal support not enabled
Last modified: 2007-04-18 12:41:01 EDT
Description of Problem:
The SPEC file has:
and the %changelog alludes to this being added on Feb 8, 2002. However, (1)
beta2 does not have an mcal package that I can find, so (2) if you examine the
output from the RPM build, you'll find:
checking for MCAL support... no
meaning that it's not really being enabled. It won't be unless there's an mcal
library on the system somewhere. I think either the --enable-mcal should be
removed from the SPEC, or mcal should be packaged for Red Hat Linux so it works.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
I have an mcal RPM and patches for the php RPM SPEC file which allow it to work,
if you're interested.
Humm,.. I thought mcal was in the dist, I'll have to go badger some people to
find out whats going on
Umm yes.. welcome to 7.3
7.3 is 7.2 based. the php thats in 7.3 is based on the next release and is
backported from there where mcal does exist..
It doesn't hurt as the configure correctly goes 'bugger me, no mcal here, better
not build support for that'