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From:Graeme B. Davis Date:November 22 1999 3:02pm
Subject:Re: PHP, Zend, & mod_perl
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Amen Brother.

Graeme

----- Original Message -----
From: Allen Bolderoff <allen@stripped>
To: Andri Bjdrby <andre@stripped>
Cc: Ken Gunderson <webweaver@stripped>; mysql <mysql@stripped>;
<allen@stripped>
Sent: Sunday, November 21, 1999 7:40 PM
Subject: Re: PHP, Zend, & mod_perl


> I have just one word (and a URL).
>
> Roxen
>
> http://www.roxen.com
>
> > Ken Gunderson wrote:
> >
> > > Greets All:
> > >
> > > About this time a year or so ago I inquired about php vs perl/mod_perl
use
> > > with MySQL.  There was healthy debate and I concluded it was about
split,
> > > with PHP having advantages in ease of use and mod_perl in speed and
> > > capabilities.  During the ensuing year PHP has added to it's feature
list
> > > and grown ever more popular.   One doesn't seem hear much about
mod_perl
> > > lately.  PHP enthusiasts have been know to speculate that Zend/PHP4
will
> > > accelerate PHP's popularity into the stratosphere and all but
eliminate the
> > > use of Perl for web programming.  Still, the mod_perl and Apache API
are
> > > well proven paths.  So I repose my question of a year ago and ask the
gurus
> > > to once more elaborate a bit about the relative merits of each and
where we
> > > are today on these issues.
> > >
> >
> > <snip>
> >
> > Mod_perl can be used to extend all phases of Apache (URI translation,
access
> > control, authorization, logging etc), which I don't think PHP can.
> >
> >
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PHP, Zend, & mod_perlKen Gunderson20 Nov
  • Re: PHP, Zend, & mod_perlJoshua Chamas22 Nov
  • Re: PHP, Zend, & mod_perlAndré Bjärby22 Nov
Re: PHP, Zend, & mod_perlAllen Bolderoff22 Nov
  • Re: PHP, Zend, & mod_perlGraeme B. Davis22 Nov
    • RE: PHP, Zend, & mod_perlLaran Coates22 Nov
      • Re: PHP, Zend, & mod_perlGraeme B. Davis22 Nov
      • RE: PHP, Zend, & mod_perlJeremy A Horland22 Nov
      • Re: PHP, Zend, & mod_perlAndré Bjärby22 Nov
      • Re: PHP, Zend, & mod_perlGraeme B. Davis22 Nov
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