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19 Jul 2006 13:09 akor

php bug?
Hi,

I'm using some php code for simulation threads via noneblocked sockets. i got some code from this example (http://www.stableversion.com/2006/04/17/multithread-php/ )

But when i'm trying to pass via serealize data about 500K, my socket dont want open :(
$request = serialize($buffer);

i checked apache.conf for MAX_POST_SIZE, but its ok. Is there php bug?

19 Jul 2006 05:29 akor

Re: Just in love with it !

> Before PHP it was interesting now is
> AWESOME :)


I dont agree...
PHP is simple, but still slow enough :(

--
Alexei A. Korolev


22 Jan 2006 05:40 vintcn

Re: PHP Congrats


> php will rule another couple of years.

Yeah, hope it will not become slow after new great features will be added.

01 Jan 2006 23:25 123seotools

Just in love with it !
Before PHP it was interesting now is AWESOME :)

30 Dec 2005 09:29 igouy

Re: More praise... But you deserve it!
googling for "language shootout"
It would help if some experienced PHP programmers completed the missing PHP programs on the language shootout (http://shootout.alioth.debian.org/gp4/benchmark.php?test=all&lang=php&lang2=php) and improved the current programs.
The FAQ provides detailed instruction on how to contribute a program.

29 Nov 2005 01:58 mdnava

Not to replace PHP 4 yet...

As you may already know PHP is the most widely used programming language on the net... PHP version 5 introduces many enhancements such as better OOP, better security measures, support for the new MySQL client protocol and XML improvements.


But PHP 5 should not be intended to replace PHP 4 (yet) on existing production web hosting environments, this because many of your customer's applications would just break or jump with errors without doing some hard work with them first, and in most case scenarios there are just to many.


The worst part is that many of this issues with "PHP 4/3 scripts" running with PHP 5 will rise without an explanation available, so you'll be pretty much on your own while backwards compatibility is complete (dunno if is goal tho) or better documentation is available.

Mel (http://www.webhostingjournal.net/)

07 Nov 2005 01:09 milezdaru

Re: PHP Congrats
Yeah, and in v5 you even got types and oo programming!

They also implemented other useful things like SOAP and iso8601 Date formatting.

php will rule another couple of years.

01 Nov 2005 11:29 jasongolod

PHP Congrats
Never thought I would see the day where PHP gets more use in my house than Perl. Good job gang, PHP is getting better all of the time.

08 Oct 2005 20:41 deekayen

Re: PHP4b3 buggy


>

> % I suggest stick with php3, when you

>

>

> This must be quite an old comment! PHP4

> is well stable and PHP5 is looking good

> (but I haven't made the leap yet).

> Please disregard this if you're reading

> it in 2005 or later :)

>

For the record, as of 10/8/2005, I'm happy with PHP5.1.0-dev, so yes it is an old comment.

08 Oct 2005 18:38 xurizaemon

Re: PHP4b3 buggy


> I suggest stick with php3, when you

This must be quite an old comment! PHP4 is well stable and PHP5 is looking good (but I haven't made the leap yet). Please disregard this if you're reading it in 2005 or later :)

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