Michelle Konzack wrote:

Am 2006-05-12 11:58:37, schrieb JupiterHost.Net:

I was referring to building PHP/Apache in general *

What do you talking about?  --  I have compiled Apache and
php5 the standard way and ABSOLUTLY NOTHING was missing.

Great, I'm talking about managing multiple servers with multi needs. Generally its a cludge. If you have to build it only one a hadnfull of servers only when updates come upt, super.

listen on a port lower than 1024, which is true for all tools since it's a platform limitation.

* I'm speaking in generalitites of working with PHP not specifics components of the technology.


Generally: PHP is more prone to have the "true for all tools" probelms.

Yeah, you're definitely smoking somethin'. The PEAR package Mail_Mime is another example of a pure-php class. It certainly does not use anything perl related at all. I'd really like to know what makes you think it does.

I never said PEAR or any specific package used Perl, I'd simply offered a better solution that happend to be done in Perl.

No, it is NOT a better solution, because if I use perl I
have to maintain TWO scripting languages and install I do
not know how many modules from CPAN...  maybe 100-200?

I install about 10 generally. I think you're starting to get into a "my dad can beat up your dad" thing which is pointless.

Good day to all, sorry if I was to ambiguouse or I've offended.

Good by!

Seriously, chill, I wasn't getting personal. Reckon I touched a nerve.

Its too bad if you don't want to consider another idea. your loss not mine :)

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