Announcement for immediate release: Amiga Apache Web server with PHP Web scripting language: now available for free. Apache is now the most popular Web server available in over 2 million sites in the world. Many pages made available by Web servers are generated dinamically with scripting languages, being Perl one of the most popular with over 1 million users. But for Web scripting PHP (http://www.php.net) is one of the fastest growing languages being used in over 300.000 sites in the world. Since PHP is a language available in an Open Source project, it was now made available in pre-compiled archives for the Amiga. The binary archive may be found at http://www.php.net/binaries.php3. The documentation of PHP language may be found in several formats (HTML, PDF, RTF, etc...) at: http://www.php.net/docs.php3 . This version of PHP 3.0.6 is available in two formats for the Amiga: one as a standalone CGI based executable and another as language module built-in the Amiga Apache executable. These versions were built with support to: * mSQL Relational Database Management System client library version 2.0.5. There is a version of mSQL for the Amiga at: http://altern.org/cfc/msql/. * MySQL Relational Database Management System access * XML parsing with expat XML parser library * PDF (Adobe Acrobat) documents on-fly generation with PDFlib version 0.6 * GIF images on-fly generation with GD library version 1.3 This version (1.3.3) of Amiga Apache (http://www.dsdelft.nl/~apache/) was built with PHP 3.0.6 as internal module by Manuel Lemos. If you need further assistance, send message to email@example.com.