|Subject:||any browsers use PHP for client-side scripting?|
|Posted by:||crankypuss (…@email.thanks)|
|Date:||Thu, 12 Nov 2009|
I'm not really altogether nuts, it just sounds that way from the
widely available client-side scripting language and amounts to a
What I'd really like though is to find a browser that will open a .php
file by running the PHP interpreter against it. It would be useful
for any number of non-web applications.
I know the usual approach is to install apache or iis or whatever
locally, but my client-side system is running windoze vista and it's
barely trustworthy out of the box, nevermind running iis on the thing.
It's most likely that I'll either need to write a client application
to open a .php file by calling the interpreter and then feed that to
the default browser, or spend actual money buying a mac, but dammit
I'm cheap *and* lazy.
Any ideas welcome. (Aside from suggestions that I "seek mental help"
fairly complex non-web application and after learning to despise it
thoroughly I've done my best to forget it.)
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