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PHP compiler

Posted on 10 August 2003 by Demian Turner

from the PHP Weekly Summary

If you’ve ever wondered if it possible to convert a PHP script into an executable program for a specific operating system then you aren’t alone. A number of projects which do just that were announced on the list this week.

BinaryPHP is a tool than can convert a PHP script to C++ source code that can be compiled with a standard C++ compiler. A “proof of concept” release is available for download at the web site.

John Coggeshall has been working on a Zend module tentatively called PASM, the Php AsseMbler. His web site contains some preliminary information about the project, with a download expected to be available sometime soon.

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  1. tm Says:

    If you would like to compile your PHP web or console applications you may be also interested in our free PHP compiler called Phalanger. See for details.

    Tomas Matousek

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