pewpew - Launch PHP's Embedded Webserver like a boss
Author: Bob Majdak Jr (@bobmajdakjr) firstname.lastname@example.org
Version: 1.0.0 (2012/03/24)
Image: The main window of pewpew
Image: With pewpew running
What It Does
This is a little tool that you can use to launch the bulit in PHP testing HTTP server with a few clicks. It lets you select which PHP binary you want to use in case you are dealing with multiple versions, but prefills the entry with what appears to be whatever is the default binary on your system.
I have only tested it on Windows 7 so far, but I have taken care of the Unixen I just need to get around to testing it instead of playing Saints Row 3 when I get home.
This project and all its files (except for specific listed components) are licensed under the New BSD License. Here it is...
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