At 20:38 10.01.2001 +0100, Cynic wrote:
>Is it? Where? for 4.0.4, www.php.net/downloads.php lists only
>source code and two win32 binaries:
>* 3.79 Mb CGI binary and ISAPI module included, MySQL support
> built-in, many extensions included, packaged as zip
>* 732 Kb CGI only, MySQL support built-in, packaged as Windows
> installer to install and configure PHP, and automatically
> configure IIS, PWS and Xitami, with manual configuration for
> other servers. N.B. no external extensions included
>if one of those two zipfiles contains win32 DSO, it's hidden
the 3.79 Mb archive contains isapi, apache module, nsapi, aolserver module,
cgi, servlet and a bunch of extensions.
> >>I think win32 mod_php4 would eat quite a portion of the ISAPI
> >>pie if it was more known.
> >iis with isapi is imo a much better combo than apache with the
> >apache module (under win32), but the apache is more popular.
>Might be. But I left MS web servers for a good reason (actually
>a bunch of reasons). Seamless deployment is among them.
>A member of a group of ancient Greek philosophers who taught
>that virtue constitutes happiness and that self control is
>the essential part of virtue.
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