Daevid Vincent wrote:

> I've been using PHP for a decade or so (since PHP/FI) and love it. The
> one problem that seems to always keep coming back on enterprise level
> projects is the lack of threading. This always means we have to write
> some back-end code in Ruby or Java or C/C++ and some hacky database
> layer or DBUS or something to communicate with PHP.

Use the right tool for the right job - PHP is a scripting/interpreted
language, it does not need threading (IMO of course).

Per Jessen, Zürich (9.4°C)

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