In response to soazine:
I've found, using wampserver, that the only configuration file that needs to be edited is the one listed under "Loaded Configuration File" given by phpinfo(). Those for whom this doesn't work should refer to soazine's steps.
PECL para usuários Windows
Como qualquer outra extensão DLL do PHP, mova as DLLs das extensões no diretório extension_dir e inclua elas no arquivo php.ini. Por exemplo:
Depois disso, reinicie o servidor web.
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4 years ago
stuart at kaihatsu dot co dot uk ¶
5 years ago
This is the only way to get PECL extensions - using the command line installer (similar to the PEAR installer) does not work on Windows...
This does not look like its going to be fixed any time soon...
Also, you should look at http://pecl4win.php.net/ for Windows PECL extensions.
biel325 at gmail dot com ¶
2 years ago
To create a dll extension to
PHP follow this instructions:
1)You MUST use the last release of PHP source code, or people will not me able to use your extension. Don't worry to use only the version of the tutorial.
2) The folder "regex" exists in PHP 5.3, just find it in the subfolders.
3)While building your dll in Visual Studio, if you have any problem compiling or linking like: "winsock2.h is missing", find the files on your computer and include the project in the same way that the tutorial taught.
soazine at erols dot com ¶
5 years ago
When using PHP 5.2.0 within WinXP via Wampserver ( http://www.en.wampserver.com/download.php ) you will find that just simply adding a PECL-based DLL file into php.ini is not enough. Steps you will have to do to ensure that your PECL extension(s) will be recognized are as follows:
1) Have the DLL referenced within PHP's php.ini ("extension=[php_name-of-PECL-extension].dll")
2) Have the DLL referenced within Windows' php.ini
3) Have the DLL within wampserver.ini
If any of these steps are not included, alongside the obvious web services restart, then PECL is not recognized.