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PHP 4.2 issues on OS X, Darwin
The recently released PHP 4.2.1 package is not fully supported on OS X/Darwin, however, Marc Liyanage has posted instructions for overcoming some of these inherent limitations as well as a PHP 4.2 patch for building it on OS X: "PHP 4.2.0 still lacks certain key features on Mac OS X and Darwin, and isn't officially supported by the PHP Group on these platforms. Specifically, building PHP as a dynamically loaded Apache module isn't supported at this time. PHP 4.3.0, due to be released in August, 2002, will be the first PHP release to officially support Mac OS X. It, along with future Mac OS X and Apache releases, will enable full feature parity with other PHP platforms."
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