remove /MACHINE:X86 from make files with php

I use PHP on the command line cause I know it the syntax better than any other scriting language and it works on linux and windows. This is about removing the x86 to be able to build apache in x64 (64 bit) on windows.

<?php
$files=array(
 "srclib/apr/libapr.mak",
 "srclib/apr-iconv/build/modules.mk.win",
 "srclib/apr-iconv/libapriconv.mak",
 "srclib/apr-util/dbd/apr_dbd_freetds.mak",
 "srclib/apr-util/dbd/apr_dbd_mysql.mak",
 "srclib/apr-util/dbd/apr_dbd_odbc.mak",
 "srclib/apr-util/dbd/apr_dbd_oracle.mak",
 "srclib/apr-util/dbd/apr_dbd_pgsql.mak",
 "srclib/apr-util/dbd/apr_dbd_sqlite2.mak",
 "srclib/apr-util/dbd/apr_dbd_sqlite3.mak",
 "srclib/apr-util/dbm/apr_dbm_db.mak",
 "srclib/apr-util/dbm/apr_dbm_gdbm.mak",
 "srclib/apr-util/ldap/apr_ldap.mak",
 "srclib/apr-util/libaprutil.mak"
);
foreach($files as $file){
 if(file_exists($file)){
 echo "Replace in: ". $file ."\n\r";
 file_put_contents($file,str_ireplace(" /MACHINE:X86","",file_get_contents($file)));
 }
 else
 {
 echo "FAILED: ". $file ."\n\r";
 }
}
?>

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