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what are the library files in php


anand.arjunan
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The libraries are only used at compile-time, when (if) you compile PHP. The manual installers on php.net include most, if not all, of the libraries that are available. The dll files are extensions. No extensions are enabled by default, even though the manual installer comes with all of them. It is up to you to get PHP working, and then start enabling the extensions you need using the php.ini file. The directory that contains the extension dlls is defined in php.ini, by default it is the ext directory under the php install directory.The automatic installers on php.net do not include hardly any libraries or extensions.Here is the list of extensions available on Windows:http://www.php.net/manual/en/install.windo...nsions.overview

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