php extension untuk mac osx maverick

The PHP version that comes bundled with OS X doesn’t include PostgreSQL. You’ll have to compile the extension yourself. Here are some instructions:

  1. Find your version of PHP: php -v.
  2. Download the version of PHP that matches yours: curl -O (This example downloads PHP 5.3.3 but this must match your version)
  3. Extract the archive you downloaded: tar -xzvf php-5.3.3.tar.gz
  4. Change to the PostgreSQL’s extension directory: cd php-5.3.3/ext/pgsql/
  5. Type phpize.
  6. Type ./configure.
  7. Type make.
  8. Type sudo make install.
  9. Add the extension to you php.ini file by adding (You may already have done this)
  10. Restart Apache.

Update for OS X Mountain Lion Apple has removed autoconf from the newer versions of XCode so the procedure above will fail at #5. To solve that problem:

  1. Type /usr/bin/ruby -e "$(/usr/bin/curl -fksSL". *->kecuali yang ini tidak bisa di pakai
  2. Type sudo chown -R $USER /usr/local/Cellar.*->ini juga gak perlu
  3. Type brew update.
  4. Type brew install autoconf.

That should install autoconf and allow you to install the module using the instructions above.

*tutorial di atas juga dapat di gunakan untuk curl ataupun extension yang lain untuk php extension ketia bermasalah


**note untuk install mcrypt harus install terlebih dahulu libmcrypt yang bisa di download di sini

  1. cd libmcrypt-2.5.8
  2. ./configure
    sudo make install

kalau sudah baru lanjutkan di php/ext/mcrypt

phpize ./configure dan seterusnya



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