Re: Re: php in windows

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I don't want to sound rude but I did say this before, why don't you
get zend server CE or xampp and install that?

On Thu, Apr 12, 2012 at 12:11 PM, Kirk Bailey <kbailey@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Steve, THERE IS NO SUCH FILE in tinyweb. It turns to the operating system
> asspciations to determine what to use to process the cgi, then captures the
> returned stdio output and feeds THAT back as part of the data stream back
> down the stack. Therefore, it is not interfacing with the windows operating
> system properly, and as I do not speak delphi, I am not sure how to go
> through the sourcecode and rectify this.
> If you like, I cna provide a link to the installer that adds it to a windows
> computer so you can take a look- if you or anyone else is interested. Oddly
> enough, it appears to handle python fine, and is reported by others to also
> handle perl.
>> Kirk,
>> You have to tell your "tinyweb" what to do with the .php extensions... in
>> the config of the webserver, you will have to add a line saying where the
>> php binary is, or uncomment it (as it probably already exists) and restart
>> the webserver.
>> As it appears to me, since you can have some "code" on the screen, your
>> server does not know how to deal with it, so it will treat it like a text
>> file, and just spew the code out.   Once you have it pointing to the php
>> binary, it will work.
>> Good luck!
>> Steve Staples.
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