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|stub.c||Fix building thttpd SAPI module.|
README FOR THTTPD MODULE (by Sascha Schumann) ($Date$) This is a SAPI module for PHP 4.0 supporting thttpd, the tiny, turbo, throttling HTTP server by Jef Poskanzer. The module contains a patch against version 2.19 of thttpd. The patch adds hooks to thttpd to call PHP, if a filename matches *.php. This patch will be applied when you install PHP. This is a functional and stable module (it runs a large application like IMP 2.2.0 without any problems). Its original intention was to demonstrate the ability of PHP to work in every web server environment. NOTE: All requests will be serialized. That means, one long running script will block all other requests. Choose another web-server, if you want to execute arbitrary scripts. REQUIRED DOWNLOADS 1. thttpd 2.xx Full Distribution: http://www.acme.com/software/thttpd/ 2. PHP 4.0.x Download: http://www.php.net/ Snapshots from CVS: http://snaps.php.net/ BUILD INSTRUCTIONS 1. Extract software packages $ gunzip -c thttpd-2.xx.tar.gz | tar xf - $ gunzip -c php-*.tar.gz | tar xf - 2. Prepare PHP $ cd php-* $ ./configure \ --with-thttpd=../thttpd-2.xx \ <further PHP options> $ make install $ cd .. You can see the list of valid PHP options by executing $ ./configure --help 3. Configure, compile, install thttpd Now follow the thttpd instructions. The Makefile template of thttpd was changed to automatically use the components required by PHP.