Looks like beta is starting soon for this, so we should see it in a little bit. 
They have an option for per script charge.
You upload the file and it gives you a compiled one.
My guess it is the same thing as Zend encoder, just not as expensive.


-----Original Message-----
From: Lazor, Ed [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
Sent: Monday, July 01, 2002 10:01 AM
To: 'Andres Montiel'; PHP General
Subject: RE: [PHP] Page rendering speed: PostNuke or PHP-Nuke

Check to see what content management systems are available.

-----Original Message-----
To those who have used these content management systems: which one
renders pages faster, PostNuke or PHP-Nuke? I plan to set up a site on
my Linux box and want to know which one I should use. :)

Also, would anyone know of a PHP based content management system that
does not have the usual 3 columns look?
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