2010/11/19 Daniel P. Brown <daniel.br...@parasane.net>
> On Fri, Nov 19, 2010 at 17:07, Tamara Temple <tamouse.li...@gmail.com> wrote:
> >
> > Perhaps it's just me, but I'm completely missing the point of this. How is
> > someone going to get your code off of a server?
>    It's more likely that he's interested in learning how to protect
> code he will be distributing or otherwise delivering to a third party
> than worried about it being discovered on or taken from his server.
>    That said, the OP may benefit from Hip-Hop by Facebook, which
> converts PHP code into optimized C++, which can then be compiled into
> an optimized binary.
> --
> </Daniel P. Brown>
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It's mainly to protect the code from leaking when I or a client are
using a shared-host.
Then the other reason is so i can distribute the work for approval and
then the code when I get paid.

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