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Old 06-07-2004, 03:58 PM   #1
MrJoshua
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emerge compile options


I am using Gentoo 2004.1, and I need to compile in support with php for our credit card software called mcve. I can not simply use the add a USE= option with emerge, since the product is 3rd party and small. Is there a way to use emerge in getting php installed that I can pass options such as --with-mcve=/usr/src/...
 
  


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