Changes between Version 2 and Version 3 of Introduction
- 2006-06-02T20:28:11Z (10 years ago)
v2 v3 9 9 I DID filing bug report, submiting patches to both [http://pecl.php.net/bugs/search.php?cmd=display&package_name=APC&status=All apc bug report system] and [http://sourceforge.net/tracker/?group_id=69426&atid=524487 truck-mmcache on sf.net] and interactive with communicate with [http://blog.zoeloelip.be/ zoeloelip], one of the main [https://sourceforge.net/users/zoeloelip/ developer] of eaccelerator. He's the first one read my XCache source, long before XCache is published online. I'm not sure, but i guess the idea he rewrite ea_dasm.c is base on my Disassembler idea in XCache :) 10 10 11 There 's many reason make me to write XCache instead of keeping patching ea/apc. 11 There 12 12 * Something too big to be made into them (ea/apc). 13 13 * I have many new ideas on opcode cacher, but i just can't break their cacher to prove my ideas. 14 * To prove my programming skill ? Making project oneself isn't that simple. With only programming skill is far insufficient, you need to become project admin, designing how the project will be, foresee the cost and benefits ... blah blah 14 * To prove my programming skill? Making project oneself isn't that simple. With only programming skill is far insufficient, you need to become project admin, designing how the project will be, foresee the cost and benefits ... blah blah 15 15 16 And a final episode: I had written XCache for a long time before I have apc online for a long time. it's quite stable for php4, using flock(), so why I switch? I didn't. The only reason i switch is that apc stop working when then time I upgrade my server to dual cpu(4 threaded cpu at total), it flock()s deadly. It is said fixed after i switch to XCache, good news anyway. 16 . 17 17 18 18 ea/apc is still good opcode cacher, as long as it's maintained actively, and if it's stable for you.