You do lose some functionality using PHP as CGI rather than module:

Persistent DB Connections, :(

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From: "Stuart 'Zen' Bishop" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
To: "Gonšalo Gomes" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Sent: 03 June 2000 00:24
Subject: [Zope-dev] ZPHP [was Re: [Zope] CHAT]

> On Thu, 1 Jun 2000, [iso-8859-1] Gonšalo Gomes wrote:
> > Silver_Surfer: how do you see the future of Zope fighting against PHP
space on the web?
> > Jim: I don't know much (enough) about PHP, but from what I vaguely know,
PHP methods seem like a logical step.
> Hmm... I'm having to setup a PHP web environment for the students next
> semester, and have elected to run it as a CGI application (tie into
> existing suid security arcitecture). I'm told there won't be any
> loss except, just a bit of performance (?).
> If we didn't care about persistance of the PHP engine, it would
> be a trivial task to create a PHP method object - just a small
> python stub using the CGI libraries to call PHP.
> Or even more trivial - I could hack my existing Logger product to
> create a <dtml-php> tag, so you would be able to preprocess your
> PHP code with DTML tags or embed PHP output in DTML for
> etc. (Is that my foot bleeding?). The standard response to a <dtml-python>
> tag is that it would make it too PHP like, so <dtml-php> seems very
> appropriate :-)
> And then the next step is to import IMP and other PHP apps into Zope
> land...
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