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This extension and the wiringPi library are intended to run on a RaspberryPi, so having a RaspberryPi is kind of a big requirement here! You also need to have Git installed, the wiringPi library, various build tools and the php development headers.
If all goes well you should be able to run the gpio utility:
Full instructions for installing wiringPi.
If all goes well you should be able to get the help info for zephir:
Full instructions for installing zephir.
Building the extension
That will build and install the extension. You'll then have to add the extension to your php.ini file. You may find that you have two php.ini files, one for cli and one for web, so remember to add the extension to both. You'll want to add the line:
Once this is done (and the web server restarted if you're adding the extension for web use and not just cli) you should be able to see the extension info when using the
Here's a very simple example of how to make an LED attached to pin 0 (using the wiringPi pin numbering scheme, BCM_GPIO pin 17) blink on and off.
Assuming the LED is attached as shown:
And to run it you'll need to be running as root:
Releases of the extension are available at: