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From "David" <1571...@qq.com>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Can the Apache run the php files which is created in memory dynamicly ?
Date Fri, 25 Mar 2016 08:56:19 GMT
Sorry, there is a mistake in previous email.
 The "ServerRoot" should be "DocumentRoot".
  
 My purpose:
 If the Apache can run the php file in memory, then it means that I can package the php files,
then restore the php files in memory and run the php files.
 The end user will not see the php files, maybe it is a method to protect the php files.
   
 Somebody has suggested the zend tool, but the end user will will many php files, I think
it is not good method.

 David
 

 ------------------ Original ------------------
  From:  "David";<1571178@qq.com>;
 Date:  Fri, Mar 25, 2016 04:30 PM
 To:  "users@httpd.apache.org"<users@httpd.apache.org>; 
 
 Subject:  [users@httpd] Can the Apache run the php files which is created in memory dynamicly
?

 

 Thank you in advance for reading the email.
  
 In Apache, the web root is configured in httpd.conf file by "ServerRoot" setting.
  
 The "ServerRoot" setting is always like "D:/Web/", it can not be configured to memeory block.
  
 but I want to generate the php file in memory dynamicly and don't want to save the php file
into hard disk.
  
 Can the Apache run the php files which is created in memory dynamicly ?
  
 If the Apache can run the special php file, how to configure or modify the Apache?
  
  
 Thanks again.
  
 David
  
 2016-03-25
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