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Last Build Date: Sun, 31 Aug 2003 01:31:17 -0000

 



Array Support & Moving Forward.

Sun, 31 Aug 2003 01:31:17 -0000

Making another breakthrough, BinaryPHP now has support for arrays. Thanks to Daeken for all his hard work and dedication to the project.
Next on Daeken's list is to complete class support. If you would like to help out see the DeveloperInfo page @ http://binaryphp.sourceforge.net/wakka.php?wakka=DeveloperInfo for more information on helping BinaryPHP.




BinaryPHP Proof of Concept Release

Wed, 06 Aug 2003 16:25:17 -0000

BinaryPHP has now finished it's first proof of concept design and structure. Examples included in the release are a simple IRC bot and the standard 'hello world' examples.

BinaryPHP can now convert basic PHP into functional and ready-to-run C++ code.




Status

Wed, 30 Jul 2003 22:15:18 -0000

This project has existed for less than 2 weeks, and yet the base is nearly complete, and we have many many functions supported.

Within 1 week I aim to complete the entire base, and have all the functions required to make binaryphp able to convert itself fully to c++.

The only function left to be developed before BinaryPHP is able to do so is token_get_all(), which is being developed currently. From there, we have to develop the list(), class, and switch constructs, and it should be able to convert itself with no further coaxing.

The MySQL functions would be nice to have working, as would the socket functions, so if anyone would like to work on those or any other portions of the code, hop on irc.freenode.net with your favorite IRC client and join channel #binaryphp .

For now, just keep hammering BinaryPHP with tests. Contact us if something isn't working and we'll try to help out with it as much as we can.

Happy hacking!




Initial Import!

Sat, 19 Jul 2003 00:55:48 -0000

We have imported the prototype of BinaryPHP into CVS with the modulename binaryphp. Included is everything you need to convert a simple hello-world script to c++.

Happy Hacking,
Cody Brocious
(Daeken M. BlackBlade)