After reading this page, you should be able to start using J4P5 for your own PHP projects.
(This assumes you already have php 5 installed and working on your system.)
- Unzip J4P5 somewhere under your web document tree. This should create a directory called "js" in the location you picked.
- Create a new php file in the same location, for example "test.php"
- Copy the following into the file:
$script = <<<EOD
- Save your file, and load it in your browser.
The parser is extremely slow at this point. My Athlon 64 3200+ takes 4 full seconds of CPU time to parse anything.
the interpreter attempts to speed up the script execution by caching compiled scripts in a temporary directory.
You should now be ready to jump to the reference documentation. Too bad we don't have any yet.