Re: [PHP] PHP or CGI in C/C++

2003-08-01 Thread Decapode Azur
I would expect compiled C/C++ to be faster as there is no need for the code to be interperated and compiled on each request. Is it possible to compile PHP to improve the speed execution ? -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php

Re: [PHP] PHP or CGI in C/C++

2003-08-01 Thread John Manko
i did a quick google, and found the following. hope it helps http://phpcomplete.com/articles.php?sec=readArticleid=306 http://www.php-accelerator.co.uk plus, there is something called PHP bcompiler (byte compiler). I dont know the details of any of these, but should help. maybe others can

Re: [PHP] PHP or CGI in C/C++

2003-08-01 Thread desa15
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[PHP] PHP or CGI in C/C++

2003-07-31 Thread hAj
Greetinx, I'm a newbie and wondering which PHP script or CGI in C/C++ generally can run/respond faster via http from the same server doing the same tasks. I appreciate your comments in advance. Best, hAj http://advancedmeta-metaphorofapagan.net ||| ||| || || || || Seij minus aÇ http

Re: [PHP] PHP or CGI in C/C++

2003-07-31 Thread David Nicholson
Hello, This is a reply to an e-mail that you wrote on Thu, 31 Jul 2003 at 13:38, lines prefixed by '' were originally written by you. Greetinx, I'm a newbie and wondering which PHP script or CGI in C/C++ generally can run/respond faster via http from the same server doing the same tasks. I

Re: [PHP] PHP or CGI in C/C++

2003-07-31 Thread Jeff Harris
On Jul 31, 2003, David Nicholson claimed that: |Hello, | |This is a reply to an e-mail that you wrote on Thu, 31 Jul 2003 at |13:38, lines prefixed by '' were originally written by you. | Greetinx, | I'm a newbie and wondering which PHP script or CGI in C/C++ |generally | can | run/respond faster

Re: [PHP] PHP or CGI in C/C++

2003-07-31 Thread Joel Rees
Greetinx, Greetinx to you to. I'm a newbie and wondering which PHP script or CGI in C/C++ generally can run/respond faster via http from the same server doing the same tasks. CGI is inherently slow. The way I understand it, php as CGI will probably be pretty much the same speed as C/C