Re: [PHP] Placement of PHP programs?
On Mon, 02 Sep 2002, Fabien Penso wrote:
> > As a kind of an adjunct to the other discussion on PHP libraries, what about
> > PHP programs? Not quite so touchy, as I can't see a single way forward here
> > (and there's no blazingly obvious reason to do so). So what are people's
> > best thoughts on the matter? Most packages I've seen put their
> > web-accessible content in /usr/share/<package>, then either set up a
> > separate apache config and include it from the main apache config
> > (phpgroupware does it this way, for one example) while other packages modify
> > apache.conf more intrusively. I'm a fan of the phpgroupware method, which
> > at least minimises pain.
This is probably the best way to do it.
> Shouldn't webpage go to /var/www or at least /var/, and _not_ /usr/share
> ? We are talking about PHP, but it's still webpages after all.
Don't you dare stuff my /var up with constant, non-arch-specific, program
text that should be in /usr in the first place :)
Hint: the fact it is in php4 makes it no more special than anything else.
> The software configuration should stay into the its location, the
> software directory.
As long as this is outside the exported "url-space" of the program. The
braindamage has to be stopped somewhere...
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