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[Windows] Packaging SimpleHTTPd and PHP?

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Hello

I was wondering if someone had already looked into building an
installer to install a simple HTTP server (eg. shttpd.sourceforge.net)
and PHP for Windows with SQLite included.

I have a small web application that I'd like to give to someone, but
asking him to download and configure this himself is likely to be a
problem.

Thank you.
Feb 9 '08 #1
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On Feb 9, 3:30 am, Gilles Ganault <nos...@nospam.comwrote:
Hello

I was wondering if someone had already looked into building an
installer to install a simple HTTP server (eg. shttpd.sourceforge.net)
and PHP for Windows with SQLite included.

I have a small web application that I'd like to give to someone, but
asking him to download and configure this himself is likely to be a
problem.

Thank you.
I like apache friends - xampp. Once downloaded, it installs - at your
selection - apache, mysql, php, phpmyadmin, and more. Available for
windows and linux that I know of, possibly also Mac. It may be more
than your friend is looking for, but it is SIMPLE to install and use.

Carolyn
Feb 9 '08 #2

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Gilles Ganault wrote:
Hello

I was wondering if someone had already looked into building an
installer to install a simple HTTP server (eg. shttpd.sourceforge.net)
and PHP for Windows with SQLite included.

I have a small web application that I'd like to give to someone, but
asking him to download and configure this himself is likely to be a
problem.

Thank you.
So why don't you just build him a package with what he needs and give it
to him? It's not that hard.

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Feb 9 '08 #3

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