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From:Graeme B. Davis Date:November 22 1999 3:15pm
Subject:Re: PHP, Zend, & mod_perl
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Roxen will work with PHP, but it already has it's own tag language: RXML.
With it (and Pike, it's scripting language), you can do pretty much all that
PHP can do.  The syntax is more friendly as well (IMHO).

SQL functions in Roxen look like this (simple example)

 <sqloutput query="SELECT recap FROM game WHERE id=+gameid+">
  #recap#
 </sqloutput>

+'s are for form values passed to this page, etc.

Real.com uses it for most of their servers.

It's very easy to learn and create dynamic content.

Graeme


> Pardon my ignorance.  But, I went to www.roxen.com and didn't find
anything
> useful.
>
> I'm guessing that you're hinting at particularly good performance of php
on
> roxen.  I'd be interested to hear more.
>
> Thanks.
> > 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
    • Re: PHP, Zend, & mod_perlGraeme B. Davis22 Nov
      • Re: PHP, Zend, & mod_perlsrfrog22 Nov
        • RE: PHP, Zend, & mod_perlLaran Coates22 Nov
          • RE: PHP, Zend, & mod_perlsrfrog22 Nov
      • Re: PHP, Zend, & mod_perlKen Gunderson22 Nov
    • Re: PHP, Zend, & mod_perlJoshua Chamas22 Nov
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  • Re: PHP, Zend, & mod_perlSascha Schumann22 Nov
RE: PHP, Zend, & mod_perlAlok Dhir22 Nov
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