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And, while I'm thinking of it ... OK, with Perl there's mod_perl to speed things up, but, (and I realize these tools have the drawback of being proprietary), with PHP there are the Zend Optimizer (at least with PHP4) and, if I am not mistaken a compiler for Zend. To the extent that the latter is, for us on this end of things, vaporware, we can perhaps disregard it (while keeping a watchful eye on its development).

The optimizer, OTOH, is available now. How about throwing that into the benchmarks?

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In reply to RE: Training wheels again by arturo
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