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  • Manuel Lemos
    Hello, ... You can cache the form output, but I think you would gain more if you can use a PHP cache engine like Turck MMCache or others. -- Regards, Manuel
    Message 1 of 2 , Oct 18, 2006
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      Hello,

      on 10/18/2006 11:36 PM operationsengineer1@... said the following:
      > it has been awhile since i've asked a question. i
      > hope all is well with you and yours.
      >
      > if you recall, i worked on a project developing an
      > interface fr a piece of hardware that processes code
      > pretty slowly.
      >
      > php is running as a cgi (design engineer call) and you
      > stated this is going to be slower than when configured
      > as a module.
      >
      > fair enough.
      >
      > i was wondering, though, if i could take the output
      > from your forms class and use it hard code the form's
      > page so that i didn't need to include the forms.php
      > (nd its overhead)?
      >
      > i know i'd lose lots of cool functionality, but is
      > this doable? to be honest, i started using your forms
      > class when i started learning php so i'm not sure if
      > this approach is reasonably doable.
      >
      > i would then adjust the forms processing code to where
      > it didn't rely on your uber cool forms class... and i
      > should have a low overhead version of the application,
      > right? or wrong?
      >
      > what do you think?

      You can cache the form output, but I think you would gain more if you
      can use a PHP cache engine like Turck MMCache or others.

      --

      Regards,
      Manuel Lemos

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    • operationsengineer1@yahoo.com
      hi Manuel, it has been awhile since i ve asked a question. i hope all is well with you and yours. if you recall, i worked on a project developing an interface
      Message 2 of 2 , Oct 18, 2006
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        hi Manuel,

        it has been awhile since i've asked a question. i
        hope all is well with you and yours.

        if you recall, i worked on a project developing an
        interface fr a piece of hardware that processes code
        pretty slowly.

        php is running as a cgi (design engineer call) and you
        stated this is going to be slower than when configured
        as a module.

        fair enough.

        i was wondering, though, if i could take the output
        from your forms class and use it hard code the form's
        page so that i didn't need to include the forms.php
        (nd its overhead)?

        i know i'd lose lots of cool functionality, but is
        this doable? to be honest, i started using your forms
        class when i started learning php so i'm not sure if
        this approach is reasonably doable.

        i would then adjust the forms processing code to where
        it didn't rely on your uber cool forms class... and i
        should have a low overhead version of the application,
        right? or wrong?

        what do you think?

        as always, tis...

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