Compiling in GD support

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Hi all.  Have a site running jpgraph on PHP5/Apache2, and to make use of the
anti-aliasing functions of JPGraph, it requires the GD library to be a part
of PHP at copilation, rather than through php-gd.

I am running debian, and installed/update php, apache, etc using the package
system and apt-get.  I have compiled from source before, but am wondering
about moving forward...  i.e. if I compile php with gd, when debian releases
the next php version as a package, I won't be able to do the simple + clean
apt-get -upgrade...  correct?  I''l have to continually get php source as it
gets updated and compile in gd for each upgrade?

Am I completely off-base or oversimplifying here?  End game is compiled gd
support vs. ease of maintenance/upgrade path.

Any comments appreciated!


Re: Compiling in GD support

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You need to be asking this on the Debian user's mailing list, not here.

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Jerry Stuckle
JDS Computer Training Corp.

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Ah, thanks.

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