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PHPImpact Blog:
PHP Compiler for the .NET Framework
Jun 04, 2008 @ 08:48:47

This post on the PHPImpact blog talks about a compiler that helps to bridge some of the gap between PHP and .NET - Phlanger.

Phalanger is a new PHP implementation introducing the PHP language into the family of compiled .NET languages. [...] Phalanger compiles PHP scripts into MSIL (Microsoft Intermediate Language) which can be executed by .NET or Mono runtime.

He mentions some of the features of the tool (including interoperability between .NET and PHP and the ability to use current PHP libraries inside the .NET application). More information can be found on the Phlanger website.

tagged: phlanger compile dotnet framework msil jit microsoft intermediate language

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JSLabs Blog:
How to compile php scripts in ASP.net
Jun 21, 2007 @ 08:07:00

On the JSLabs blog today, there's a quick tutorial talking about how to transfer PHP scripts (without much altering, depending on the functionality used) over to be compiled into an ASP.net application. The real key is in the Phlanger software.

Phalanger is a new PHP implementation introducing the PHP language into the family of compiled .NET languages. It provides PHP applications an execution environment that is fast and extremely compatible with the vast array of existing PHP code.

Phlanger allows you to compiles PHP to the MSIL (Microsoft Intermediate Language), use any .NET object in a PHP application and integrates well with Visual Studio.

tagged: compile aspnet phlanger visualstudio microsoft compile aspnet phlanger visualstudio microsoft

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JSLabs Blog:
How to compile php scripts in ASP.net
Jun 21, 2007 @ 08:07:00

On the JSLabs blog today, there's a quick tutorial talking about how to transfer PHP scripts (without much altering, depending on the functionality used) over to be compiled into an ASP.net application. The real key is in the Phlanger software.

Phalanger is a new PHP implementation introducing the PHP language into the family of compiled .NET languages. It provides PHP applications an execution environment that is fast and extremely compatible with the vast array of existing PHP code.

Phlanger allows you to compiles PHP to the MSIL (Microsoft Intermediate Language), use any .NET object in a PHP application and integrates well with Visual Studio.

tagged: compile aspnet phlanger visualstudio microsoft compile aspnet phlanger visualstudio microsoft

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Zend Developer Zone:
Inforworld Article Shows Microsoft is Starting to Look at "Dynamic Languages"
Aug 24, 2006 @ 08:41:53

According to this new post, it seems like the corporate world, specifically Microsoft, has been looking more and more at dynamic languages like PHP.

InfoWorld posted an article last week in which Paul Krill, InfoWorld Editor at Large and Doug Dineley, Test Center Executive, sat down with Jason McConnell, the Visual Studio product manager responsible for all languages at Microsoft, to talk about "Dynamic Languages". It's actually an interesting read.

Cal talks about some of the goings-on in the piece, including the release of Phlanger for .NET integration, a bit of the Q&A that went back and forth, and his opinion on what the future holds for dynamic languages.

tagged: dynamic language microsoft looking phlanger compiled dynamic language microsoft looking phlanger compiled

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Zend Developer Zone:
Inforworld Article Shows Microsoft is Starting to Look at "Dynamic Languages"
Aug 24, 2006 @ 08:41:53

According to this new post, it seems like the corporate world, specifically Microsoft, has been looking more and more at dynamic languages like PHP.

InfoWorld posted an article last week in which Paul Krill, InfoWorld Editor at Large and Doug Dineley, Test Center Executive, sat down with Jason McConnell, the Visual Studio product manager responsible for all languages at Microsoft, to talk about "Dynamic Languages". It's actually an interesting read.

Cal talks about some of the goings-on in the piece, including the release of Phlanger for .NET integration, a bit of the Q&A that went back and forth, and his opinion on what the future holds for dynamic languages.

tagged: dynamic language microsoft looking phlanger compiled dynamic language microsoft looking phlanger compiled

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SitePoint PHP Blog:
Phalanger - better than the real thing?
Nov 18, 2005 @ 06:05:39

In this latest post on the SitePoint PHP blog today, Harry Fuecks talks about Phlanger - an implementation of .NET for PHP.

It's come a long way since then and they released version 1.0 RC2 last month with a change log that suggests they've got common use cases covered and are moving on to "nice to have" edge cases. They've also reported success with running phpMyAdmin, phpBB2 and PHP-Nuke under Phalanger.

He goes on to talk more about what improvements have been made to Phlanger, why it hasn't really caught on, and asks the question:

f Phalanger was to get accepted and somehow start turning up on $5 / month shared hosts, would you use it? And what if Phalanger was to implement something like namespaces before the real thing - would that be attractive to you?

tagged: sitepoint phlanger .NET sitepoint phlanger .NET

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SitePoint PHP Blog:
Phalanger - better than the real thing?
Nov 18, 2005 @ 06:05:39

In this latest post on the SitePoint PHP blog today, Harry Fuecks talks about Phlanger - an implementation of .NET for PHP.

It's come a long way since then and they released version 1.0 RC2 last month with a change log that suggests they've got common use cases covered and are moving on to "nice to have" edge cases. They've also reported success with running phpMyAdmin, phpBB2 and PHP-Nuke under Phalanger.

He goes on to talk more about what improvements have been made to Phlanger, why it hasn't really caught on, and asks the question:

f Phalanger was to get accepted and somehow start turning up on $5 / month shared hosts, would you use it? And what if Phalanger was to implement something like namespaces before the real thing - would that be attractive to you?

tagged: sitepoint phlanger .NET sitepoint phlanger .NET

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