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Roadsend.com:
SiteManager Library Being Ported to PHP5
July 26, 2007 @ 09:33:00

As mentioned by the International PHP Magazine site and on this Trac page for the Roadsend SiteManager software, they're working on porting it up to PHP5.

The latest available version, Roadsend PHP SiteManager 4.0.0 beta, was ported to PHP5. Database access has switched from PEAR to PDO. A script is included to help port existing projects. This version of SiteManager no longer uses PEAR DB - it uses the PDO database routines in PHP5 so there are a few changes to make. There is a script included in bin/php4tophp5.php which you can run on your current scripts to make most of the changes

Currently, you can download the latest beta from their website and check out the Trac website for the project to keep up with the latest advancements.

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Vinu Thomas' Blog:
PHP Compiler - Roadsend
April 24, 2007 @ 08:37:00

On his blog today, Vinu Thomas looks briefly at one of the compiler options for PHP developers - the Roadsend Compiler.

Finally an open source PHP compiler ! Roadsend was perviously available as a commerical compiler for PHP with prices starting from $129. They seem to have shifted to the OSS model recently, giving free professional licence to their older compiler while they're working on releasing the precompiled versions of their open source code base.

He also links to a community site that offers the latest news about the project, some good places to start if you're just picking it up, and the timeline/roadmap for how things will progress.

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JSLabs Blog:
Converting PHP scripts to dlls
April 21, 2007 @ 10:28:00

In a new post to the JSLabs blog, Justin Silverton talks about a method - using the Roadsend Compiler to convert PHP scripts into Windows DLL files.

I came across this great open source project that allows you to convert your php scripts to a fast/cgi executable that can be executed by any web server that supports it (including apache and IIS).

Roadsend is a native compiler for PHP that converts scripts into free-standing binaries and can be used for building both online and offline applications.

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PHPEverywhere:
PHP Compilers
December 22, 2005 @ 06:25:42

John Lim has a new post on PHPEverywhere today with a look at a listing of a few PHP compilers that are up and coming.

The number of implementations of PHP continue to rise and rise. [...] I am excited about all these implementations. Most computationally intensive compiler benchmarks have shown a 5-10 times speedup over mod_php. Perhaps it is only a matter of time before we see a JIT compiler for PHP to Intel opcodes, built into mod_php...

Some of the ones mentioned include:

He also speculates on the things that might be causing a slow uptake of these compiler technologies, things like: "is PHP fast enough?" and "Not all PHP extensions/libraries are available on all systems"...

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