I should mention that I did try the ionCube online encoder, which I
think is a great idea... but its runtimes failed to load on both of my
test systems, requiring editing of php.ini. That's over the top for my
users. I need something that's rock-solid and that will never require
my users to have to know anything or do anything special (they are
business people, not developers or server admins).
On Feb 16, 2009, at 9:10 AM, Brian Dunning wrote:
Is there a cheaper alternative to Guard/Optimizer? I have a single
small PHP file that is part of a larger solution I sell, and I want
it to be protected - and it has to be a runtime so it will run on
anyone's standard PHP server. Zend's $600 was a little bit of
sticker shock. Any alternatives?
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