telangley at googlemail.com
Tue Jan 12 15:47:28 UTC 2010
sure does :)
(well - define compiled :p but "Quercus runs in Resin or any other Java Application Server as a servlet. Quercus compiles PHP sources into equivalent Java sources. Those Java sources are then compiled down into Java bytecodes."
(it's blisteringly fast, it allows PHP code to call Java natives and it's a breeze to set-up)
clearly not for your standard dynamic website - but if you need performance PHP I can't sing the praises enough
On 12 Jan 2010, at 15:39, David Goodwin wrote:
> Tim Langley wrote:
>> Whilst not "HyperPHP" there are several "PHP Compilers"
>> in particular Quercus (runs PHP on the JVM) is particularly impressive
> I never thought that Quercus compiled PHP; more that it was an
> implementation of PHP done in Java.
> (I've never used Quercus or spent much time looking into it)
> David Goodwin
> [ david at codepoets dot co dot uk ]
> [ http://www.codepoets.co.uk ]
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