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Wednesday October 09, 2002
10:37 AM

PHP has own interpreter, HTTP server!

[ #8271 ]

Perky PHP is branching out into Real Programming with its standalone interpreter. The guys must think this is the bees' knees because one of them has written an HTTP server in PHP! Surely we'll be seeing more standalone PHP programs in the future. *wink*

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  • My favourite part of that web site is because it's running inside a VM, it's quite secure. Uh huh.

    --Nat

  • PHP has had standalone interpreter for a while. We've written command-line utilities that have to use PHP because of existing libraries.

    PHP doesn't (yet) have argument processing, so I whipped up this little subset of Getopt::Long. It uses a warn() function that I leave to the reader as an exercise to implement. Please forgive the hosed indents. If you want a clean copy, email me.

    <?php

    /*

    GetOptions() takes an array of field specifications that describe what
    command line options are valid, and how

    --

    --
    xoa