OpenWrt Image Release: 2010-12-14

David Reyes Samblas Martinez david at tuxbrain.com
Thu Dec 16 21:00:06 EST 2010


php is not only used as sever side scripting, you can use it to build
scripts as bash or python without need of a webserver

2010/12/17 Yunfan Jiang <jyf1987 at gmail.com>:
> yes,its powerful and i also like it , but consider that nanonote's RAM
> and its lack of netcard
> who will use php on nanonote as a web server?
> you know openwrt itself also use Lua not php as their web interface
> so i highly recommend to remove php and add more lua libraries in that
> case user can use lua to make plenty of apps run on nanonotes
>
> On Thu, Dec 16, 2010 at 1:24 PM, Wolfgang Spraul <wolfgang at sharism.cc> wrote:
>>> have you removed php from the image?
>>> in my opinion, a router might need that, but nanonote seems mostly dont need
>>
>> Oh definitely it needs it, imho. php is the best general purpose
>> scripting language, huge library support, etc.
>> Just my own feeling but together with other scripting languages
>> it's definitely very important to have PHP on the NanoNote.
>>
>> Wolfgang
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