April 14, 2004
Perl Interpreter in PHP
Using Perl Objects
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I notice that doing a $perl->require() or $perl->eval(), will send the header even if using output buffering. Once that happens, I can no longer set cookies, etc. Has anyone been able to use perl without it sending a header?
Do somebody know how to fix this bug?
I`m trying to pass variable from PHP file to perl script in code bellow. If someone has an example to post that would be great, btw. everything else works great.
$perl = New Perl() points to /usr/bin/perl or what default perl is.
What if I want to use /usr/local/bin/perl?
Do I have to decide this at pecl compile time?
extention=perl.so to your php.ini file
I installed PHP’s perl extension on debian. Everything installed without any errors. I checked whether PERL is properly installed by doing ‘apt-get install perl’. To be completely sure, I copied the perl.so file in the usr/lib/php5 directory. When I try to use the extension within a php script ($perl = new Perl();),I get a php error that the class cannot be found. Any ideas?
You upgrade to php5. Its been out for 4 years, its time for an upgrade.
This PECL extension seems really cool, but its for PHP5 only. How can I do this php->perl stuff in php4?
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