It's definitely possible, but it's been a while since I've done it. As I
recall, you used to have to get a new copy of yaz.dll from the packages at:
and copy it into the php directory.
This posting is a bit old, but it rings a bell on how I got it working
This was a couple of years ago at this point, so accept any more recent
advice over mine. ;)
Is there a specific issue you're having?
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On 12/12/2010 7:50 AM, David Kane wrote:
> I would really like to hear from anyone who has got php-yaz working on their
> windows machine.
> I am not sure if it is possible.
> I am developing an application which will eventually run on Ubuntu, but I
> find windows to be a more convenient local development environment.
> Thanks and best wishes,