[wp-hackers] WordPress self install on Windows?
Danny G Smith
dgs at riskiii.com
Sat Nov 13 16:36:41 UTC 2010
The zend stack is production grade, I use it on linux, and like it, and is self contained as well. I just worry about security, and scaling, not to mention losing a shell, and tools like vi, grep, diff, etc.
Danny G. Smith
On Nov 13, 2010, at 10:24 AM, Otto wrote:
> For testing, I tend to use XAMPP on Windows, which is a full
> Apache/MySQL/PHP stack. It's nice and easy and self-contained. I
> probably wouldn't try to run a production site on it, but you could,
> with some tweaking.
> On Sat, Nov 13, 2010 at 10:17 AM, Danny G Smith <dgs at riskiii.com> wrote:
>> I have not been able to find much information one way or the other, that is other than opinions. Windows is not my choice, but I am being pressured to justify my position. Does anyone know if you are forced to use IIS? If so, I don't see any way of getting pretty permalinks. I am curious, what is the ratio of core contributors that develop for windows? Thanks in advance, as google did not give me much other than opinions.
>> If you did have to go with windows, would you go with something like zend server where you would have a real php stack with apache mysql and php3?
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