Is it possible to mix python with php?
roy at panix.com
Sat Dec 14 03:36:36 CET 2013
In article <cdeeb47d-ab8b-4e78-9be2-ded8552309a9 at googlegroups.com>,
JL <lightaiyee at gmail.com> wrote:
> Python is my favorite language. Very often, I am forced to use other
> languages like php because of better library support for web applications. Is
> it possible to write functions in python and then get php to call these
At one time, Songza was half PHP, half Python. The parts ran in
separate processes, communicating over HTTP. I think that's probably
what you want to do here.
If you define a clean, and well-documented interface, nobody has to know
what language is running behind it. Even better, if you have a
comprehensive test suite for each interface, you can swap out
implementations with a fair degree of confidence that you haven't broken
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