I tried to enable a couple of extensions in the php.ini file,
which according to the Release notes, it says they're included,
They way the .dll files work in Windows is different,
Also, I'm guessing when you do install packages or Shared Objects in Linux, it's the same as adding the .dll files to your C:/Windows/system32 folder?
If so, then you could add all of your php extensions to the system32 folder and not need to enable them in the php.ini file, correct?
I've noticed most php extensions in Linux are installed as shared objects and do not require you modifying the php.ini file for them to be enabled.
My question is how would you disable one without uninstalling it?
Most of them are installed by installing the *-dev packages, right?
How would you install it so it doesn't automatically load?
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