[Ilugc] PHP Pear!!
karthikeyan.balasubramanian at aspiresys.com
Thu, 03 Jun 2004 16:00:19 +0530
What you say is absolutely right. But the problem is this will remove
the simplicity of PHP for
which it is so famous. I am just hoping that Zend Engine 2 is
optimized for OO features. In that
way we don't have to rely on extensions.
Have a great day.
Gopalarathnam V. wrote:
>I agree that PEAR is very good when it comes to RAD. You can quickly
>write portable code (look at the DB module) using that. But when your
>web site receives millions of hits, writing everything in PHP might not
>be the way to go about it. Worst case is when everything is written in
>OOP paradigm in PHP. It really slows down. So, people tend to write
>extensions in C/C++ that can be used when you really need classes and
>objects -- OOP style.
>If you're interested, have a look at SWIG, that will allow you to write
>PHP extensions in C, C++ very easily.
>When you want to use OOP paradigm in PHP, move it down the layer, write
>it in C, C++.
>On Wed, 2004-06-02 at 22:26, R.Karthick wrote:
>>PEAR seems to be a very promising technology, when it comes to Rapid
>>Application Development. It brings the pure object oriented design to the
>>application. But Why is that not many popular open source PHP projects are
>>not implemented using PEAR.
>>To put it in other words, does using PEAR in application really slows down
>>the program execution time. Or are there any major issues on using php-pear
>>in a php-project. I would like to views of the people in the groups