> > I have a php interface to the spread group communication toolkit client
> > api.  Hard to say how wide it's audience would be, but it's very useful
> > for creating distributed applications (it was written to facilitate some
> > distributed logging and distributed filesystem caching needs).  Code
> > available from
> > http://www.lethargy.org/~george/php_spread/php_spread-0.1.tar.gz
> As far as i have seen youre only able to send messages with your
> since i dont know how to read them (couldnt find any read function in your
> source)
> and i wasnt able to download spread itself  (files from spread.org are
> corrupted),

Works fine for me - I just downloaded the 3.16.0 tarball and it built fine.

> i would like to ask you, how this messages are received, and if it is
> to read
> them with PHP, or if i missunderstood the idea.

Since I use php as primarily a web scripting language, I haven't implemented
the client reciever api.  This would be easy enough to do, but would really
only be useful in a daemon-type process.  Again easy enough to add, it just
hasn't become relevant to me yet (I will consider that a change request,

spread itself comes with a number of demo clients and there is the very nice
spreadlogd (http://www.backhand.org/mod_log_spread/spreadlogd-1.4.tar.gz)
for journaling messages to disk (used mainly as a log journaler for
mod_log_spread or for the spread-ported syslog).


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