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SitePoint Web Foundations:
Quick Tip Install Recki-CT into a Vagrant Ubuntu Box
September 03, 2014 @ 11:14:51

On the SitePoint Web Foundations blog Bruno Skvorc has a quick post showing you how to get Recki-CT installed and working in a virtual machine. The Recki-CT project is a creation of Anthony Ferrara that allows you to compile down PHP into machine code.

If you don't know what Recki-CT is, see @ircmaxell's original post or the repo, we won't go into depth here. This quick tip will merely show you how to install it on a Homestead Improved box, much like we did with other software before.

It's a pretty simple four step process including testing things at the end:

  • Install and configure a Homestead Improved instance
  • Install the JitFu tool
  • Grab the latest Recki-CT library version from GitHub
  • Run the provided test code with the local PHP install and test the performance

You can find out more about the Recki-CT project in its GitHub project.

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Link: http://www.sitepoint.com/quick-tip-install-recki-ct-vagrant-ubuntu-box/

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