On Sun, 19 Aug 2001, Sebastian Bergmann wrote:

> Ron Chmara wrote:
> > Would you like me to obtain and build all software needed for
> > using the following with PHP:
> > 1. MySQL
> > 2. PostgreSQL
> > 3. Oracle (Official installation disks my be needed)
> > 4. Informix
>   IIRC, Derick already built a system like this some kind ago. It
>   assumed that once the PEAR infradtructure is ready, most of the
>   extensions would be moved from /php4 to /pear. Derick?

Yeah, I did implement something like it, though it's just a quick
prototype. But it works to some extend. The tarballs are now created on
the serverside, which is probably way to much load for the servers, so a
system that actually fetches tarballs of the extension from the site, and
assemble everything at the client would be much better. But for that to
work, we either need a smart shell script, a C program, or a PHP script.
But the latter would require a PHP Binary already present on the system.

> > 2. Db connection pooling support.
>   This will be addressed by SRM (http://www.vl-srm.net/).
> > 3. More documentation available for errors:
> > 'Warning: Wrong number of arguments for foo:
> > Click *here* to see online documentation on "foo"'
>   Hartmut already implemented something similar a while ago,
>   again, IIRC.

AFAIK it's finished, but not submitted due to licence issues, Hartmut?
> > 5. PHP "Dashboard", an online php.ini editor, with GUI-based
> > control panel of all PHP (and apache?) settings.
>   What's wrong with the Zend Launchpad? :-)

What is the Zend Launchpad? I've never seen it yet =)


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