When they ask, what is this written in?
ambassador at fourthworld.com
Sun Nov 30 21:41:01 CST 2008
> Richard Gaskin wrote:
>> Making the new Apache module engine available for free will help
>> tremendously in evangelizing the language, arguably more so than the
>> browser plugin. It's hard to beat the grace of chunk expressions for
>> web is just text.
> modRevolution, modRev or am I missing something? It would be a hit.
> Is it already available anywhere, or is it only in future plans of
> the Rev. Ltd?
Very little has been published about this so far - here's one of the few
mentions I can find:
PHP style Rev engine
We're delighted to announce we will be bringing you an
enhanced server side engine, allowing you to embed tags
in a web page, in the same way as one uses php tags.
For myself, this is far more interesting than the browser plug-in on the
other side of the web equation.
No browser plug-in will ever be bigger than Flash, but a Rev server
module has a chance at being a PHP/Ruby contender in a big way.
Q: What is "PHP"?
A: That's the sound Rev makes when it slaps PHP across the face.
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