Tag Archives: mac os x

Mac OS X Lion Upgrade PHP Extensions Tutorial: ImageMagick and More.

After upgrading my Mac OS X Snow Leopard to Mac OS X Lion, I noticed that some of my PHP extensions that I had compiled to work with the Apple PHP 5.3.6 binary had been removed. Some, not all. Which I assume is due to them having been compiled 4-way binary compatible (PowerPC and i386/x86_64). […]

Snow Leopard PHP Extensions Installation Tutorial

This will help you to setup imagick, magicwand, xdebug, mcrypt and memcached for Snow Leopard’s bundled PHP 5.3.0. Please do expect the installation of ImageMagick to take a bit of time, as it requires a large number of packages. I’m doing it all my preferred way. If you have another way that is faster or […]

Mac OS X Leopard, Entropy PHP and XDebug Extension (64bit)

As all my entension in PHP must be compiled in 64bit to load into PHP, I’ve decided to give the details on how I added xdebug to Entropy PHP 5.2.5 beta 6 on Mac OS X Leopard running on an Intel Core 2 Duo. First, download the source code for xdebug at the following site […]

iPhone App In The Works

I’m studying iPhone SDK and Objective-C programming.  Hopefully within a short time I will have a productive use of the iPhone tools and able to produce some interesting applications.  First, I must buy a third book at Barnes & Noble so that I can get some really good understanding of all the Mac and iPhone […]