If we could just shrink it a bit it just might work. If we could remove the
HTML checker. Or is it way to big?
On 10/31/05 12:27 PM, "Manuel Kasper" <mk at neon1 dot net> wrote:
> Calling PHP scripts through a web server on demand isn't a solution
> either, since a) the huge overhead of spawning a PHP CGI process
> every time would just make things even slower (unless someone can
> find a small web server that will run PHP natively - no, thttpd is
> not an option), and b) we need something that can keep certain
> things, such as the parsed configuration, in memory at all times.