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#1: XAMPP

Posted on 2011-08-04 18:34:14 by Chris Stinemetz

I'm thinking about testdriveing XAMPP. Does anyone have any opinions
on the product? Good or bad?

http://www.apachefriends.org/en/xampp.html

Thank you,

Chris

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#2: RE: XAMPP

Posted on 2011-08-04 18:51:21 by Bob McConnell

From: Chris Stinemetz

> I'm thinking about testdriveing XAMPP. Does anyone have any opinions
> on the product? Good or bad?

My first reaction is to suggest you replace that toy database with
something that is actually enterprise ready. But you may not need to do
that depending on your application.

We gave up on MySQL several years ago when they instituted their per
server license fee structure. It played havoc with pricing for a couple
of distributed systems we were writing proposals on. Now that we are
handling half a million transactions per month through Postgres, we have
no reason to look back.

Bob McConnell

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#3: Re: XAMPP

Posted on 2011-08-04 18:53:14 by sono-io

Chris,

> I'm thinking about testdriveing XAMPP. Does anyone have any opinions
> on the product? Good or bad?

I used it for awhile and I thought it was a good package for =
testing purposes, but on the Mac, I prefer MAMP and Perlbrew. I like =
being able to test my scripts with multiple versions of Perl. FYI, the =
Perl version included with XAMPP is 5.10.1, so if you want something =
newer, you'll have to install your own. =20

If you haven't tried Perlbrew, I can't recommend it enough. Not =
only can you have multiple versions of Perl installed and switch between =
them easily, but it makes installation SO mush easier, especially with =
cpanm.

Marc=

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