Roadsend PHP compiler?

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I'd like to send someone a ready-to-use PHP application (using SQLite
as the database) in Windows so that the user doesn't have to manually
install a web browser and the PHP scripts, and happened upon this
open-source PHP compiler: /

Has someone tried it, and could tell me how good it is?

Thank you.

Re: Roadsend PHP compiler?


on 02/06/2008 06:48 PM Gilles Ganault said the following:
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It is great. You should try it.


Manuel Lemos

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On my way then. Thanks :-)

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Quite OK for the simple test cases I entered. Keep in mind the number of  
modules it supports is limited, they give you a list of what is supported,  
don't assume something is supported if it isn't in the list...

Then again, PHP might not be the language you want to do this kind of  
thing with. The best tools for the problem at hand often means that if you  
need an executable, PHP probably isn't (the most efficient one).
Rik Wasmus

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SHTTPD - an embeddable Web server
SHTTPD is lightweight, easy to use, embeddable web server.

Needs no installation just double click, php files exes and dlls must
be shipped together, i use it its very useful for live-cds etc.

If you want to protect your code use bamcompile or roadsend, however i
used roadsend but i didn't satisfied...

Re: Roadsend PHP compiler?

On Thu, 7 Feb 2008 04:16:08 -0800 (PST), Betikci Boris
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OK, I'll see if I can whip up an installer with Inno to pack SHTTPD +
PHP and my scripts. Thanks.

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