Yes, I understand about PHP, and I would assume Ruby also executes on the server - thus you would have primarily one or the other generating the page. I don't see how both can execute simultaneously, without one of them calling the other.
At 02:15 PM 6/11/2003 -0400, John R Wunderly wrote:
At 02:56 PM 6/11/2003 -0300, Miles Thompson wrote:Don't know, but it doesn't make sense to me -- Apache executes scripts based on the file extension, how can it process both languages?
A possible work around would be to have the Ruby program exec()'d within PHP.
Alternately, do Ruby pages, but embed PHP as PHP is presently embedded in HTML with opening closing tags. How you tell Ruby to exec the PHP I don't know.
The PHP is executed on the server before the HTML is sent to the browser. A possible difficulty is if the PHP is being executed in *SAFE* mode.
At 12:19 PM 6/11/2003 -0500, you wrote:Hello,
I'm trying to create one document with PHP and Ruby scripts in the same document. Is this possible? I've tried to configure mod_ruby to compile php documents as well but when I do that PHP doesn't work. Is it possible to have 2 languages in the same document?
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