Zend encoder

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Zend encoder

Postby jean123456 » 11. January 2009 04:23

Does XAMPPLITE include the zend optimizer?
I am trying to get snippmaster to work - it requires zend.
Thanks
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Re: Zend optimizer

Postby Izzy » 11. January 2009 04:47

jean123456 wrote:sorry, I meant zend encoder
Zend Guard (formerly Zend Encoder) - no.
http://www.zend.com/en/products/guard/
http://www.zend.com/store/software/php- ... ment-tools

Is it ever likely to include it - doubtful! (Zend Guard Annual Subscription - $600)

The documentation on the SnippetMaster web site is very good and explains everything that you need to install it.

Zend Optimizer should do what you want and that is included in XAMPP.
forum search for zend optimizer (link)

Ioncube is an alternate for use with this SnippetMaster which may be easy to find and install the required files
forum search for ioncube (link)


BTW this from the SnippetMaster web site download page
http://www.snippetmaster.com/download/index.php
With the Auto-Installer, you do not need to unzip anything, worry about Zend/Ioncube encoders being installed on your server, edit any configuration files, set binary/ascii ftp mode, change file permissions, or anything else!



Toko is an alternate CMS to SnippetMaster which also has a free version.
http://toko-contenteditor.pageil.net/
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