Copyright © 2005, 2006 Robert Bienert
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This document lists all external requirements that are necessary for LayManSys to work in a proper way.
The following external dependencies listed here are required for using LayManSys:
LayManSys is a PHP framework, so the most important thing you essentially need is a PHP interpreter. If you only use LayManSys for preprocessing HTML documents on the command line, you just can download the current version from http://www.php.net/. But if you wish using LayManSys on your webspace, please make sure your server admin has installed a version that meets the following requirements:
This section lists optional requirements that only have to be met for using further functionality or "special features".
The distributed module for logging errors to a MySQL database,
lib/errors/log.php, requires a MySQL database server and PHPs MySQL extension. You can change the logging algorithm so errors are logged to other databases (PostgreSQL, SQLite, …) or to syslog.
You may want to compress the output PHP (not only LayManSys) produces, which requires the zlib extension.