How can I determine if a function is available?

Daniel J. Luke dluke at
Mon Apr 9 06:38:18 PDT 2007

On Apr 9, 2007, at 4:39 AM, Ryan Schmidt wrote:
> Which is why I'm looking for a solution within MacPorts, using  
> which I have been able to create a solution, in the form of the  
> patch attached to the ticket. I'm just looking for the most elegant  
> way to construct the patch, and any assistance in that direction  
> would be appreciated.
> If the MacPorts commands I've found and used here are considered to  
> be internal and subject to change, then I request a public API by  
> which I can do what I'm trying to do.

You could make the php port a shell port which depended on other  
ports (php5-apache2, php5-fastcgi, php5-apache1).

It's not very pretty, but it should work.
Daniel J. Luke
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