Just download the CGI version and call it from the command line.  I am 
doing a project now based entirely on the command line using PHP as a file 
parser on Win 2K.  You can add it to your path or just call it:
c:\php\php.exe -q nameOfScript.php

Make sure you write it like a normal PHP script with the tags <?.  The -q
will supress the HTTP headers.


On Fri, 1 Mar 2002, Peter J. Schoenster wrote:

> Hi,
> I use NT for development and I like to write snippets of code and 
> test them on my local box. I can do this in Perl. How can I do that 
> in PHP without installing a webserver etc. etc. I guess I can install 
> a version of PHP and just make sure I've got the path in my env.
> Thanks,
> Peter
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