Expert development on eZ Publish (certified developer) and other LAMP projects (Linux Apache MySQL PHP).
Performance oriented developments, cache optimisation, system configuration & tuning for your web servers, ...
During the last years, I had the opportunity to extend my technical skills in many topics and it will be a pleasure to share these experiences with you.
Today I started to dig into the tons of unread mails I received this month. My first priority was to fix 2 formulas I've submitted to the homebrew project (one is for the eZ Components, the other one to be able to install php-intl which is a requirement for Symfony2 developments).
But, I discovered that homebrew people decided to stop maintaining PHP formulas in the main repository. They are not PHP developers and can't have a good sight on what they review and pull. Well, homebrew-php is the new repository to PHP-related formulas and adamv told me that multi-repositories management will be handled in a short term. So that's quite a good news !
Before doing anything regarding the formulas I've submitted, I was curious to install PHP 5.3.10 using homebrew and see how it works. This blog post is about that.