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Software News   Software News : New Software Ports available
   posted by DJBase on 23-Feb-2009 3:39:17 (3107 reads)
Over the last days I released several new software ports for AmigaOS 3.x, AmigaOS 4.x and MorphOS.

AmigaOS 3.x
Apache 1.3.41, bzip2 1.0.5, NcFTP 3.2.2, OpenJPEG 1.3, PHP 4.4.9, thttpd 2.21b incl. PHP 4.4.9

AmigaOS 4.x
bzip2 1.0.5, flac 1.2.1, mp3gain 1.4.6, potrace 1.8, sox 14.2.0, normalize 0.7.7, OpenJPEG 1.3, shorten 3.6.1, vobtools 1.5, jpeg 6b

Apache 1.3.41, bzip2 1.0.5, NcFTP 3.2.2, normalize 0.7.7, OpenJPEG 1.3, PHP 4.4.9, shorten 3.6.1, thttpd 2.21b incl. PHP 4.4.9

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Re: New Software Ports available
Posted on 23-Feb-2009 9:27:26
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So its possible to run ASP and php on the amiga?


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Apache and PHP, certainly.

ASP is a closed source Microsoft technology, so can't be run. might be possible if someone were to port Mono though.


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Dosn't the goahead webserver support somekind of ASP:

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Too bad it is not apache 2.x and even better latest php 5.2.8 to work in same environment as can be found on most apache/php webhostings.

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ASP is Microsoft product, you will most likely never see on Linux or AmigaOS.

ASP is server based technology, basically its VB script for WEB, it depends heavily on OCX files (ActiveX), ASP can collect information, get information from the server side, you can do most things you can do in a normal program, primary objective is to generate the HTML code that client downloads from the server.

Linux has PHP, PHP is a open source technology, it has nothing to do whit ASP, but provides the same service in a different program language, PHP can not be reused as easily in C or Jave, because it uses different syntaxes.

I like ASP a lot because I can debug the code in VB then copy & past the code in to a ASP document when its ready, or I can reuse code form ASP in side my VB programs.

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Re: New Software Ports available
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You and me both.. I work with ASP and .NET on a daylibasis.

The reason for my question was this: The ASP 2 PHP converter.

Also, SUN did, at some point, make an ASP interpreter for Apache I think.

Acording to the faq at GoAhead it does support ASP. Even quit fast.

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