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Roadsend Compiler for PHP 1.6.1 Released

By Shannon Weyrick
on July 7, 2005

Roadsend recently announced version 1.6.1 of the Roadsend Compiler for PHP. This is a major new release, including many new features, such as:

— More complete GTK library, including support for Glade and GtkScintilla.

— Integrated and commandline debugger included, with stepping, breakpoints, and all the features you need to track down bugs.

— New Server licensing option, for those that don’t need Windows support.

— Many bugfixes and improvements to the core runtime and standard extension

— Smaller and faster — megabytes have been shaved off of our install packages, and compiled PHP programs start faster.

— Full cURL extension support.

— New optimizations — PHP objects 2.5 times faster than PHP 4.3.11. Global variable access 5 times faster!

— Improved deployment tools help to distribute applications with less effort.

— Native support for the FreeBSD platform, no compatibility library needed.

— Fedora Code 4 packages now available

— Enterprise Edition now includes full compiler source code

The Roadsend Compiler for PHP lets you create royalty free executables for distribution without compromising your source code. Compiling PHP to native machine code produces faster, more efficient products for your own use or for sale to your clients. The Roadsend Compiler reinvents PHP as a general purpose language suitable for creating GUI applications (with GTK), command line programs, dynamic libraries, and compiled web applications.

Roadsend Compiler is available in Enterprise, Professional, Server, and Personal editions and supported on Windows, Linux, and FreeBSD. Pricing starts at just $129.

More information is available at http://www.roadsend.com