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.0 (May 23, 2000)
Re to PsyLord's comments, again: I really don't understand these comments. A site like BetaNews needs strong scripting and database support. How do you achieve that without using PHP, ASP or Perl? From these three, there is no doubt that PHP in its late incarnation (v4) it BY FAR the fastest. Should I mention then the amazing integration with other technologies? It must be understood that constant use of databases slows down access to the final data - but that's not a PHP engine flaw; it's just a question of necessity... Well done Zend and everyone else. You've really done it this time!
.0 (Jun 18, 2008 - 2:35 AM)
where is that located? could not find it on my system and I too find that after upgrading it takes forever for FF3 to load up.
.0 (Oct 27, 2002 - 1:47 PM)
Well said... It isn't hard to find though... But again, the NDA prevents us from saying anything... ;-)
.0 (Jul 14, 2000 - 6:04 PM)
Now it may just get interesting... Johnie's brains, the dominance of Micro$oft... Just can't wait to see where this will lead us all! It is really going to be THE revolution, don't you think?
.0 (Mar 24, 2000 - 8:03 PM)
Well, then maybe you should have read the article above. It striclty says: "Microsoft notes that: before using the tool, be sure to read the Readme file included with it. The tool errs on the side of caution, and locks down many aspects of the system.". It worked pretty well on my company's webserver, though!