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1:17 PM
@wpengine which version of HHVM will it run?
I can't help but feel I'm troll baiting there
 
beat me to the question... :)
> As a side note, PHP 5.5 is available on request for all customers as of today
 
1:48 PM
I wonder how long it'll take for 5.6 to be available
 
1920 x 1920 monitor. Looks handy.
 
2:03 PM
There's not only @PuPHPet but #VCCW and @getprotobox as well ... with #WordPress http://vccw.cc/ http://getprotobox.com/
 
 
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3:09 PM
actually surprised that wpengine didn't go for compiling wordpress into executable (cgi ?) till now.
they shoe nice improvment but I wonder how much improvement do you get over using APC and object caching, After all it is not a surprice that when you embed the PHP core into a webserver you get faster execution of PHP based pages
and the whole point of HHVM for facebook was to enable faster code distribution to servers, something that I assume most wpengine clients don't care about.
 
what HHVM has to do with deploy?...
 
php source code is much smaller then executable
this is why they didn't want to continue compiling their PHP
 
you mean as a change from hip hop? well, yeah, but as far as I remember HHVM is faster than hip hop by now
 
yes, but they work hard to get there
might have got the same result with HH if they continued working on it
 
3:24 PM
isn't PHP-NG faster in some respects?
 
will see when it gets stable :) I am not keen on HHVM anyway... everyone using still saying it crashes a lot, etc
case in point — WP Engine thing which has to keep PHP fallback around for when HHVM takes a nap
 
 
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6:10 PM
@G.M. Say it three times, as quick as you can: Labelable :D
 
 
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7:13 PM
posted on November 20, 2014 by Andrew Nacin

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8:12 PM
@kaiser I actually don't "say" interface names, just type them :D and type that 3 times is easy: Labelable Labelable Labelable :P
 
 
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anu
9:28 PM
Ugh, the language in that WPEngine blog post. "Apply for consideration" to determine whether you're worthy enough to get onto a hosting stack that just about brings WPEngine up to date. I don't think so
 
9:46 PM
they were never shy about how awesome they are :)
 
anu
Yeah, I would have hoped for a bit more humility and less of the "your site is too small for us to bother with" attitude. Oh well, they remain on the "Do not use" list
 

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