Right, and neither is the accelerator at the moment, and it may very well 
never be, although there's no particular reason for that. But the scripting 
engine is as it's part of PHP, and that's what I explored in order to write 
the accelerator.

And now that I've studied the engine pretty intensely I've a good idea for 
some of the optimisations that their optimiser is probably having a go at. 
It's been a few fun, late nigh, and at times intensely frustrating, 
evenings, but I'm happy with even the sub-optimal current performance gains.

>From: Daniel Adams <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
>To: PHP Accelerator <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
>Subject: Re: [PHP] Free PHP runtime Accelerator for Linux available
>Date: Mon, 20 Aug 2001 22:34:12 -0400 (EDT)
>Cool. :-) the zend optimizer is not open-source, right?
>       - Dan
>On Tue, 21 Aug 2001, PHP Accelerator wrote:
> > Hi. Yes, it caches the result of compiling scripts and loads the 
> > code on subsequent runs, thus bypassing the parsing of source code 
> > - unless the source code has changed and the compiled code is stale.
> >

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