Anything along these lines is silly.

Serve your other stuff from Apache, use rewrite rules to get the right stuff served...


...but hey, you could always use Squid and ESI if you want multiple languages to generate a single page ;-)

cheers,

Chris

sharif islam wrote:
Has anyone tried using this method: http://www.zope.org/Members/Mamey/PHP

I am little confused about how to serve the actual php content within
the files. I added file with this:
<dtml-if "REQUEST.has_key('phpScript')">
        <dtml-var "ServePHPContent(REQUEST['phpScript'])">
</dtml-if>
Then I tried to begin the php content after this and saved it as
file.php3. However, when I view zope doesn't render it.

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