I'm looking for examples folks might have of running a web server via PHP CLI. I've always used PHP-FPM or and Apache module, but both are explicitly incompatible with the Parallel extension for PHP.
That's cool, but I have a legit reason to spawn a thread and want to combat the stated problems of using multithreading in a webserver application.
So any examples of `php sever.php` spawning a full server app would be super welcome.
@finlaydag33k Friday night dinner was coconut chicken atop mango pineapple salsa with toasted quinoa.
@finlaydag33k Fantastic. We usually bake competing Saturday mornings. The last couple of weeks have been cupcakes, but I had leftover coconut from making a tropical chicken dish for dinner. :-)
Sometimes, when I get up in the middle of the night, there is an extra door in the hallway. It looks just like the other doors, but it's never there in the daytime.
Sometimes I stop, and put a hand on the doorknob. But I won't open it.
That's how I got here in the first place.
#MicroFiction #TootFic #SmallStories
"Now that I wear a sword," the student said, "I get challenged."
"And?" the sword master said.
"I have won fifteen bouts. I... I feel I must accept, lest they think they have won simply by asking."
"Demand your next challenger beat those fifteen first, to prove their worth."
#TypoCorrected #MicroFiction #TootFic #SmallStories
It's also a remarkably simple kit. The "concentrated wort extract" is as close to "just add water" as you can get to home brewing.
If this goes well I might try a few more batches. But would love to (some day) do the whole thing from scratch, too.