#3 Include ApacheTray?

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J. Wynia
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2002-02-18
2001-06-11
Anonymous
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Hi,

I've just installed Triad and I like it. I think
you're doing a great work for enabling users that are
not so technical to get PHP working on their home
machines/workstations. Leaving the Unix config for the
true geeks.

Anyway, I've found ApacheTray, a very nifty utility to
get rid of that annoying DOS window for Apache.

I've put a copy on my webserver, you can reach the
author from the package on the server.
http://jocke.selincite.com/php_stuff/apachetray/
I've included it here too.

I'd really like to see this included. It would also be
cool if you could add an option to automatically start
both PHP/Apache (eg, copy files to startup folder if
desired).

Also, see my comment in the bugs section on where
MySQL not finding MySQL basedir.

Nice work!!! Thanks!

Cheers!

/Jocke

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    This is a definite possibility. Some of the other tools
    that mimick this functionality have been presented to me in
    the past, but their licenses prevented them from being
    included. I'll look into this one.

     
  • J. Wynia
    J. Wynia
    2001-06-21

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  • J. Wynia
    J. Wynia
    2002-02-18

    • status: open --> open
     
  • J. Wynia
    J. Wynia
    2002-02-18

    • status: open --> closed