I am not sure if this a debian issue or not, but I am trying to make a
big pdf file of the php manual so I can load it onto my kindle.
I have tried several methods so far and all have failed. I downloaded
the big single html file from the php site and tried
I also tried loading the chunked version and tried
The most promising approach has been to try and use the method the php
guys themselves use for creating the manual, downloading the raw xml for
the svn repository and using phd to create the document.
However, it fails
PHP Fatal error: Class 'HaruDoc' not found in
/usr/share/php/phpdotnet/phd/Format/Abstract/PDF.php on line 138
I've tried installing libhpdf and libhpdf from debian, which I think is
the binary versions of the libharu stuff (although I don't understand
why the name change).
That didn't work, because there is a still no php linkage to that
library. After some digging I found I need to do
pecl install haru
but this seems to first detect the haru library and then say that it is
wrong as shown by the last few lines of the .configure script (after
autodetecting the haru prefix).
checking for Haru PDF support... yes, shared
checking for the location of libz... no
checking for the location of libpng... no
checking for Haru in default path... not found
configure: error: Please specify prefix for your Haru PDF library