PHP 5.3.4 was released a few days ago (December 10, 2010). Last Sunday (December 12, 2010) while I was trying to compile some of the extensions that were requested in my previous post, I decided to check the php.net site to see if a new version of PHP was available and that’s when I saw that PHP 5.3.4 was out. I immediately stopped what I was doing and downloaded the PHP 5.3.4 source to compile it instead. I also decided to compile the requested extensions along with PHP 5.3.4. From the extensions that were requested, I was able to compile the snmp (php_snmp.dll), firebird 2.1 (php_interbase.dll and php_pdo_firebird.dll) and the pecl http 1.0.7 (php_http.dll) extensions. I have also compiled eAccelerator 0.9.6.1, APC 3.1.6 and Memcache 2.2.6 which I had previously compiled for PHP 5.3.3.
Anyway, as before, I have compiled both thread safe and non thread safe versions of PHP and the additional extensions. They were compiled with Visual C++ 2008 (VC 9) and can be used with my 64 bit Apache binaries.
VC9 x64 Thread Safe
VC9 x64 Non Thread Safe
The pecl archives below contain the APC 3.1.6, http 1.0.7 and Memcache 2.2.6 extensions.
pecl-5.3.4-Win32-VC9-x64.zip (Thread Safe)
pecl-5.3.4-nts-Win32-VC9-x64.zip (Non Thread Safe)
eAccelerator-0.9.6.1-5.3.4-Win32-VC9-x64.zip (Thread Safe)
eAccelerator-0.9.6.1-5.3.4-nts-Win32-VC9-x64.zip (Non Thread Safe)
Update: The php_apc.dll extension in the pecl archives above have experimental features enabled in them (enabled automatically by configure command) and may not work as expected. I recompiled the thread safe extension without the experimental features and it can be downloaded from here.
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