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I enjoy writing some applications using the latest PHP-GTK2 binaries, which are released with Thread Safety disabled. I would like to use PhpExpress to enabled loading of files that have been encoded using NuCoder, but am unable to due to PhpExpress being released only with Thread Safety enabled. Is there any work around to this, or any plan to release a NTS version of PhpExpress?
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yep we have such plans.

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Non thread safe version is really needed as soon as possible. NTS PHP with FastCGI is recommended on Windows and now officially support by both Zend and MS. I think, I don't need to say that Wink Looking forward the update...
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If you're interested in beta-testing, please submit your request via "PM" on this forum and provide details about your h/w platform, OS and php version.

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NTS PHP with FastCGI is recommended on Windows

would you please point out to such recommendations? and in particular what fastcgi module souces/binaries you're talking about.

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