From: ("Anatol Belski")
Date:  31 May 2015 05:34:42 Hong Kong Time

RE: [INTERNALS-WIN] Update Windows PHP-SDK binary tools

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Thanks for the ping. The topic with the binary tools came out last year already, but there was a lot of other things so it was just forgotten. I would like hereby to kindly ask someone with the access to the servers to create a repo under's hood for

If one has time to do that. Please just pull from there to the repo on It was intended as a temp location for the ongoing changes, but now it just went quite far. 

Christoph, you can pull from there already, however note that re2c 0.13.6 usage is still experimental. 0.13.5 only is used for the release builds. Once it were considered stable, it would be uploaded as a zipball. As you was mentioning you were up to help with this, maybe you could check what else needs to/can be updated in the wiki or in the binary tools. 

With VC14, yeah, you can refer to the links to . There was also a query from Jan about it. The VC14 dependencies are laying around publicly, however we are yet in the hard test phase. For that reason there are also still no test builds. If you're willing to do the vc14 builds - fine, that could be another topic where you could help.



> -----Original Message-----
> From: Mario Brandt []
> Sent: Saturday, May 30, 2015 10:25 PM
> To: Christoph Becker
> Cc: internals-win
> Subject: Re: [INTERNALS-WIN] Update Windows PHP-SDK binary tools
> Hi Christoph,
> those are only the needed external tool you need. You will find the
> VC14 stuff in
> You might also take a look at
> Cheers
> Mario
> On 29 May 2015 at 14:51, Christoph Becker  wrote:
> > Hi!
> >
> > I my opinion, it would be good to offer an up-to-date
> > on
> > .  Currently the latest
> > version is nearly four years old and contains rather old versions of
> > the binaries, accordingly.  Especially, phpsdk_setvars.bat is
> > completely outdated, and creates trees for VC 6 and VC 8, but not for
> > VC 11 or even VC 14.  The how-to "Build your own PHP on Windows"[1]
> > mentions the issue, so that it's not a real problem, but it would be
> > nice to make building on Windows as easy as possible[2].
> >
> > I'm gladly willing to help with this, but I don't know if there's a
> > public repo, or some documents describing where to get the binaries
> > resp. how to build them, etc.
> >
> > [1] 
> > [2]
> > 
> >
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