php_saxon.dll on WAMP
This is my first support issue so I'll try to do it properly but I may get things muddle up a bit.
I've developed a lot with XSLT 1.0 and I've started developing with Saxon CE to learn more about XSLT 2.0 and now I want to do more, like schema-aware processing.
I've tried to get Saxon HE to work on WAMP server 2.4. I think I've done everything correctly but I get this error that appears in the Apache error log.
c:/wamp/bin/php/php5.4.12/ext/php_saxon.dll' - %1 is not a valid Win32 application.\r\n in Unknown on line 0
I've tried to search for an answer but I haven't found anything that helps.
I'm not particularly expert at WAMP. I've installed it so I can develop with PHP on my Windows PC, which has Windows 7 Home Premium Service Pack 1 64-bit operating system.
Many thanks for any help you can give me.
#1 Updated by O'Neil Delpratt almost 6 years ago
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Saxon/C on windows is underwhelming supported. I have had difficulties getting it working properly within the Windows PHP build system. So far I have managed to get Saxon/C working with Wamp 2.2 and with PHP 5.4 using Visual studio instead of using the build scripts.
In general, I have found PHP for unix much better supported and seamless to build extensions.
I will try to install and run Wamp 2.4 with Saxon/C and will get back to you shortly.
#5 Updated by Mireille Roy 2 months ago
Hello O'Neil and Mark,
I am writing to you 6 years later ;-)
I am a beginner in xslt and I would like to use xslt 2.0 with Wamp, but honestly I have no idea how to install it and am having a hard time finding tutorials on the Internet. As you said O'Neil, Saxon/C on Windows is underwhelming supported.
Would one of you know where I could find a step by step procedure on how to install Saxon/C with Wamp?
Thank you very much for your help,
#6 Updated by Michael Kay 2 months ago
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Wow, did Saxon/C really exist 6 years ago? Doesn't time fly!
Could I suggest you raise a new topic, please? It makes it much easier for us to track which issues are closed and which are still open. Please also tell us what programming language you are using.
It's also a good idea to tell us exactly what you tried and where you got stuck, because it gives us a feel for what help you need.
O'Neil is still the best person to help you, but he's just emerging from a spell of paternity leave.
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