Your best approach would be looking at one of the other Web server modules, 
which can be found under the sapi/ directory in the PHP 4.0 
distribution.  All you need to do in order to support your Web server is 
implement a SAPI module for it.


At 11:38 15/5/2001, Thomas Storey wrote:
>To Whome It May Concern,
>I am developing a small HTTP server and wish to 'PHP enable' it. I was
>wondering if this is OK with you and if there is anything you would
>like to let me know, could you please send it to me.
>Also, on the subject, I was wondering if you would be able to tell me
>what program I would use to interpret the script files and how I would
>go about doing so.
>If you could tell me this it would be greatly appreciated. If you
>require any further information about my deleopment, all you have to
>do is ask.
>And as a pre-notice, I will be selling the server side for profit but
>I will not be selling PHP for profit, this will simply be an included
>feature. If there is anything you would like to say about this, please
>tell me.
>Thanks in advance.
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Zeev Suraski <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
CTO &  co-founder, Zend Technologies Ltd.

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