Torsten Neuer (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Fri, 30 Jul 1999 10:14:03 +0200
According to Egon Schmid:
>On Thu, 29 Jul 1999, Torsten Neuer wrote:
>> >What about a htsearch module for PHP4/Zend?
>> PHP4/Zend is not stable yet. Beta 1 is out (and it is running
>> fine so far on a new server of ours), but there is neither a
>> complete documentation for the newly added features nor is there
>> a documentation for the module interface.
>PHP4/Zend Beta 2 will be out soon and it is very stable. The documentation
>is for both versions, PHP3 and PHP4. It is nearly complete:
>1035 of 1318 functions documented (78% done, 22% remaining)
WHich is still too much incomplete.. and Beta 2 is not much better
that Beta 1 - Beta is not final!
>and of course the most functions are meaningless for a htsearch module.
>Documentation (at least for PHP3) for the module interface can be found in
>a German book about PHP. This chapter was written by Christian Cartus, who
>build support for shared memory and the Informix module.
The function documentation is useless for a module. What is needed
is the documentation of the module interface. I haven't seen something
on neither the Zend site nor on the PHP Homepage.
Asking somebody of the PHP/Zend staff might be helpful, but unless
there is no documentation at hand, things might change a lot.
IMHO working on a PHP/Zend module now would be like building a house
on sandy grounds...
And please remember, that therre are much more Apache-nonPHP servers
than there are Apache-PHP, but I'd still leave it as a future option
for further extending the useability of ht://Dig.
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