On Dec 20, 2007, at 7:35 AM, Gordon wrote:
> On Dec 19, 11:32 am, Gordon <gordon(dot)mc(dot)(dot)(dot)(at)ntlworld(dot)com> wrote:
>> I'm a web developer who does a lot of work in PHP. The back end
>> database we use is bases on Postgres. I am trying to set my new
>> MacBook Pro up as a development system.
>> I have managed to install Postgres fromhttp://sourceforge.net/projects/pgsqlformac/
>> and can access the database on my mac with tools such as pgAdmin. I
>> have also enabled the bundled Apache and PHP extensions.
>> However, the problem is that I can't get PHP to talk to Postgres.
>> Running phpinfo () on the built in PHP shows that database support
>> extends as MySql, Mysqli and SQLite extensions, and SQLite drivers
>> PDO. What I really need is a Postgres extension for maintaining
>> code and a Postgres PDO driver for new code in development.
>> When setting up a similar dev system on Windows it was relatively
>> simple to set this all up. The extensions for PHP were provided
>> in .dll files that you just had to include in the php.ini file. This
>> doesn't seem to be the case with the MacOS bundled PHP.
>> Is it possible to download .so files (I believe that's what the MacOS
>> equivalent to .dll files are) for the drivers and include them from
>> the php.ini file like on the Windows box? Or is there something else
>> I'm meant to be doing?
It sounds like a PHP problem, not a Postgresql problem. You're
more likely to get help with it if you ask on a PHP mailing list, I
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