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The Alternative PHP Cache, also known as APC, is a free, open, and robust framework for caching and optimizing PHP intermediate code. APC is a fast solution for caching PHP code locally, it is not distributed like MemcacheD, but they can be used together for optimal caching.
NOTES FOR DEBIAN USERS ====================== 1. Viewing statistics and tunning your cache APC come with a script called apc.php. This script provides detailed information about your cache. In Debian this script is in /usr/share/doc/php-apc. Copy or symlink the file to your docrot and access it with you browser. If you install the php5- more»
php-apc (3.0.19-2) unstable; urgency=low * Include apc.php script from upstream (Closes: #494273). * Create a README.Debian file with information about the apc.php script. * Suggest php5-gd so apc.php can provides graphics. * Build-depend on apache2-prefork-mpm-dev instead of apache2-dev. -- Pietro Ferrari <firstname.lastname@example.org> Wed, 17 Dec 2008 11:23:39 -0500 php-apc (3.0.19-1) unstable more»
3.0.19: 2008-05-14 - Move expunge callback groundwork to 3.1 (Rasmus) - Fix fd-leak (Gopal) - Fix double-free on builtin functions (Gopal) - Initial PHP 5.3 support (Gopal) 3.0.18: 2008-03-28 - Revert memleak patch (Gopal) - Fix for bug #13504 (David Fraser) 3.0.17: 2008-03-25 - Fix for CVE-2008-1488 (Daniel Papasian, Rasmus) - Fix apc_add() cache expunge bug (Rasmus) - Added parameter to apc_fe more»
Known Bugs 1. Gallery2 doesn't work with PHP5+APC. There is something wrong with the way m more»
This package was debianized by Pietro Ferrari <email@example.com> using dh-make-pecl on Thu, 10 Apr more»