I’ve been a Scout Leader for a few years now and the District I work within have very little by way of internet presence. As a bit of a pet project I started building a simple Scout based website for them to use.
We recently had the need to create a queuing system to replace an implementation of RabbitMQ that was being used on a previous project. The reasoning behind this is that the requirements of the project required a very custom implementation of a queuing system that would drastically alter in architecture as the project grew and RabbitMQ just wasn’t going to fit the bill. However to start with we required something super simple and efficient that could be expanded and developed as required. After a little investigation and a lot of recommendation from others we decided to use ZeroMQ as our transport layer for that very reason, as we could build something which could span across multiple servers and was fast.
tl;dr> I make a terrible assumption about Zend Optimizer+ and am corrected by Dominic in the comments;
Terrible post title I know but its the best I could come up with.
I’ve just come up for air after spending the majority of the day debugging some issues on our current development sandbox.
Now our sandbox tends to be quite bleeding edge in some circumstances and as such we run a fair few bits of unstable code. On the sandbox in question we have been running PHP 5.4.11 and unfortunately we have struggled to get APC working with it just the way we need it to. The lack of APC tends to make this sandbox quite slow.
We recently saw that Zend have open-sourced their OptimizerPlus extension (https://github.com/zend-dev/ZendOptimizerPlus) and that it was compatible with 5.4…. Fantastic, or so we thought.
This was a head scratcher when I ran into this yesterday and I thought I would share my solution to the following scenario:
I need to debug PHP Command Line script, located on Remote LAMP Virtual WebServer running in Virtual Box with a Shared Folder, using local PHPStorm 5.0.
Not a daunting as it may first appear. The really tricky part is working out your dependencies and
Hence the reason for this post as a reminder for myself and others that may want to do a quick compile. (I would recommend that if your compiling for a production/live environment that you make sure you understand what it is your compiling though before just using what’s here)
So where to start. Dependencies first I think
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