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The Resin team has implemented a PHP 5 engine in JAVA! Quercus is Caucho Technology's fast, open-source, 100% Java implementation of the PHP language.
"Quercus is Caucho Technology's fast, open-source, 100% Java implementation of the PHP language. Quercus is a feature of Caucho Technology's Resin Application Server and is built into Resin - there is no additional download/install. Developers using Resin can launch PHP projects without having to install the standard PHP interpreter (http://www.php.net) as Quercus takes on the role of the PHP engine."
Joomla! is supported right out the box Joomla%201.0.11">http://www.caucho.com/resin-3.1/doc/quercus-list-of-applications.xtpJoomla%201.0.11
"Quercus and Quercus' PHP libraries are written entirely in Java, thereby taking the advantages of Java applications and infusing them into PHP. PHP applications running on Quercus are simply faster, easier to develop, more capable, more secure, and more scalable than any other PHP solution. Performance - simply faster, Development - fast, safe, and easy, Capability - powerful Java technologies at the developer's fingertips, Security - no more pesky C memory bugs, Scalability - PHP for the masses, literally"
In fact the PHP code is translated into servlets and then compiled into java bytecode on the first run. So it should be quite fast and best of th best, I can use my java profiling tools and library :-) http://www.caucho.com/resin-3.1/doc/quercus.xtp
If you are running any of the following #Joomla versions it might just be a matter of time before you too are hacked! Joomla! 1.5.0 Joomla! 1.5.1 Joomla! 1.5.2 Joomla! 1.5.3 Joomla! 1.5.4 Joomla! 1.5.5 Joomla! 1.5.6 Joomla! 1.5.7 Joomla! 1.5.8 Joomla! 1.5.9 And maybe to a lesser extent #Joomla! 1.5.10 The latest, and most secure #Joomla version is Joomla! 1.5.11 - and was released last week! Backup your site and database and just unpack the right #Joomla! distribution now.
I’ve just update my unofficial #Joomla! mirror with the latest version (1.5.10), starting from now on, the list of files is generated using Snif (simple and nice index file) This mirror exist solely for people living dangerously :-) aka people that use a very old version of #Joomla! and do not find anymore a way to go to the latest version (Joomla! do not have all version to date as download) …
From Joomla.org The #Joomla Project announces the immediate availability of #Joomla 1.5.10 [Wohmamni]. This is a security release and users are strongly encouraged to upgrade immediately. This release contains 66 bug fixes, one low-level security fix, and one moderate-level security fix. It has been 11 weeks since Joomla 1.5.9 was released on January 10, 2009. The Development Working Group's goal is to continue to provide regular, frequent updates to the #Joomla community. Click here to download #Joomla 1.5.10 (Full package) …
Starting from now on, in order to Increase quality of my components and other (JoomlaComment :-)) Reduce time between releases, Avoid subtle or recurrent issues I will set up a continuous integration build server at http://continuousbuildserver.waltercedric.com Continuous integration describes a set of software engineering practices that speed up the delivery of software by decreasing integration times. Maintain a code repository, the code will stay at JoomlaCode.org subversion Automate the build, with Maven for PHP/Ant and either teamcity or phpundercontrol.org Make …
I did upgrade today a #Joomla! installation that was quite old: #Joomla! 1.0.11 so this site hasn't been updated at all in the last 810 days :-( As it was difficult to find the package 1.0.11 to 1.0.15 since Joomla Code is no more providing it, see the picture below I've decided to open my own #Joomla! mirror http://mirror.waltercedric.com/ It contains all versions of #Joomla! since the beginning... 450Mb of files Enjoy :-) …
I am currently checking all articles without tags, so far only 622 articles (on 1359 articles) have no tags at all... For those, that want to list all articles having no tags, fire up your favorite SQL browser, and just execute: select title from jos_content where id not in (SELECT contentid FROM jos_tag_category_map); This will return all articles without any tags. I am slowly trying to change that. By the way, It seems more and more people browse my homepage …
This new Version Manager allow me to manage software versions and list them on my site. You can now check the version history of a particular component... You can subscribe to RSS feed for each new release of components, so you'll never miss any update! A "Check for latest version" feature is already build in all my component/modules, so the users of that software can at any time check for a newer version of the software. A SecurityImages #Joomla! …
I've post today the post number 2001..more details below: Total Time Spent Online: 3 days, 2 hours and 43 minutes. Total Posts: 695 posts a bit lower than the number of registered users (734) Total Topics Started: 56 topics Here are the complete stats Not bad for all my GPL projects...remember I do support/coding on my free time, and do not earn money for this, so please stay polite and be precise when requesting support from me. Thanks …