Brian Dunning schreef: > 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).
use a legal contract. or make the functionality dependent on a webservice hosted on your server (and stick the meat of the functionality on your end). or get a client you can trust not to rape you. > 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? > > > > -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php