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#1 manfosys  Icon User is offline

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how to convert the php into exe

Posted 14 July 2009 - 03:11 AM

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how to convert the php into exe .plz help me.
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Re: how to convert the php into exe

Posted 14 July 2009 - 04:07 AM

Could you please elaborate on it? We need to see your code in order to help.
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Re: how to convert the php into exe

Posted 14 July 2009 - 11:44 AM

NuSphere PHPDock might be what you need.
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Re: how to convert the php into exe

Posted 14 July 2009 - 06:17 PM

hi
i used a combonation of winbinder and bamcompile to create exe's from php for windows.

if you do not need a user interface its quite easy you wont even need winbinder. winbinder is for merely creating the user interface (which i never got working.. it randomly keeps closing) but if you want command-line exe just use bamcompile and you should be good.

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ohh and forgot about Roadsend. i tried it didn't have much luck maybe you will. its a php debuger/ide/compiler
have fun.

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Re: how to convert the php into exe

Posted 15 July 2009 - 07:50 AM

I recently stumbled across something of a gem: a program called Appcelerator Titanium Developer that allows you to package web technologies into executables for Windows, Linux, Mac OS, and even for the iPhone and Android. One drawback is that you currently cannot use PHP for your internal application logic, though you may use Ruby, Python, or Javascript (or combine them all). I suppose you could theoretically place PHP logic on a remote server and use AJAX calls from you application... TOTALLY not ideal if you're just trying to convert a PHP script to a binary, but definitely something to consider for future projects - such an architecture has a fair number of applications.
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