Ahmed Mohombe: > Also let's not forget that most of the PHP development takes place on > Windows machines, where making things work (e.g. with IIS) is even more > error prone. > So for all these people, just downloading an application server, unpacking > and starting it is much simpler and secure above all. > The problem is that Windows users normally don't have a JDK installed.
> David Campbell wrote: > >> Why Caucho decided to have php support in their webserver rather than >> fix the bugs in the Servlet container is something that confuses my and >> my colleagues almost daily. >> >> > The one has nothing to do with the other. > PHP support is webserver independent so it does not exclude the other. > If you are watching TV instead of cleaning the house or mowing the lawn, does your spouse agree with you that "The one has nothing to do with the other"...?
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