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I am trying to get xcache 1.3.2 installed on my centos 5.8final (64bit) machine. It's running nginx 1.1.13 and php 5.4.0.

This is the output of ./configure --enable-xcache --with-php-config=/opt/php/bin/php-config

Seems to be going OK, but when i want to make it, it shows this error: make: *** [processor.lo] Error 1

Full output here of make.

Any idea how to resolve this?

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XCache currently does not support PHP 5.4.0 as the API changed, latest supported is 5.3.10.

On a side note. I also can't APC to compile on PHP 5.4.0, so giving it a bit of time before you upgrade might be a good idea.

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Ok that makes sense. I will revert back to 5.3.9 – Mr.Boon Mar 11 '12 at 15:06
You should revert to 5.3.10. 5.3.9 has a security issue. – Martin Fjordvald Mar 12 '12 at 3:42

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