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Title:AMP package - phase one (Apache, MySQL and PHP) .
This bounty consists of two phases both assigned to AmiCygnix developer Edgar Schwan.

Phase one:
Will bring an up-to-date Apache, MySQL and PHP to AmigaOS4.1 via AmiCygnix.
AmiCygnix version will contain a minimal AmiCygnix installation, so you won't need to install the large AmiCygnix base package.
A bounty of minimum EUR 500 must be reached for Edgar to port these applications.

DEADLINE: Phase one was initially scheduled for 2010.03.01 but due to difficulties with a part of the package deadline has been postponed to 2010.06.01 giving Edgar an extra 3 months for the work.

Meanwhile you can give version 1.0 of the package a try. It is available for download on http://os4depot.net/?function=showfile&file=network/server/misc/aamp-amicygnix.lha

Phase two:
When Phase one is completed we will open a bounty for phase 2. It consists of a fully native port of Apache, MySQL and PHP utilising whatever the current version of AmigaOS4.x has to offer.Being these ports targeted to developers, they will be as robust as possible.
A bounty of EUR 300 must be reached to get the fully native port.
Full payment of phase two has been promised by Elwood, thanks for the great support.

As the bounty has reached the target we have closed for donations.
Further donations for Edgar Schwan and his work on AmiCygnix can be made here: AmiCygnix donations.

Project members:
Bounty:503.40999999999997 EUR   Out of 528.9 EUR originally submitted.
Description:Phase one:
This bounty should output the following AmiCygnix software packages to be run on AmigaOS4.1:

1. Apache 2.2.x, the Web server (http://httpd.apache.org/);
2. MySQL 5.1.x, the database management system (http://dev.mysql.com/downloads/mysql/5.1.html);
3. PHP 5.2.x, the scripting languages (http://www.php.net/).
4.A GUI utility that will take care of switching on and off the web and database server.

1. Apache 2.2.x port
The Apache HTTP Server Project is an effort to develop and maintain an open-source HTTP server for modern operating systems including UNIX and Windows NT. The goal of this project is to provide a secure, efficient and extensible server that provides HTTP services in sync with the current HTTP standards.
Apache has been the most popular web server on the Internet since April 1996.
The Apache HTTP Server is a project of The Apache Software Foundation.
The port will be needing AmiCygnix to be run on Amiga OS 4.1.

The port will contain the following set of Apache modules:
- core module
- env module
- config log module
- mime module
- negotiation module
- status module
- includes module
- autoindex module
- dir module
- cgi module
- asis module
- imap module
- action module
- userdir_module
- alias module
- access module
- auth module
- setenvif module
- info module

2. MySQL 5.1.x port
MySQL is a relational database management system (RDBMS) which has more than 6 million installations. MySQL stands for "My Structured Query Language". The program runs as a server providing multi-user access to a number of databases.
The port will include also a MySQL client and a GUI monitor utility that will let the user turn the server on and off. The port will be needing AmiCygnix to be run on Amiga OS 4.1.

3. PHP scripting language v.5.2.x
PHP (recursive acronym for PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor) is a widely-used open source general-purpose scripting language that is especially suited for web development and can be embedded into HTML.
The port will be able to run both as standalone application from the command line and as an Apache module. The port will be needing AmiCygnix to be run on Amiga OS 4.1.

The following PHP extension will be enabled:
- arrays
- bcmath
- bz2
- calendar
- class/object
- curl
- date/time
- dbase
- directories
- dom
- error handling
- exif
- filesystem
- gd2
- gettext
- iconv
- ID3
- json
- libXML
- mbstring
- mcrypt
- mhash
- mysql
- mysqli
- network
- PHP Options / Info
- pdo
- pdo_mysql
- pdo_sqlite
- program execution
- PS
- session
- soap
- SQLite
- strings
- tidy
- tokenizer
- simpleXML
- URLs
- variable handling
- XML Parsers
- XML Reader
- zip
- zllib

Edgar Schwan's AmiCygnix website
Apache homepage http://httpd.apache.org/
MySQL homepage http://dev.mysql.com/downloads/mysql/5.1.html
PHP homepage http://www.php.net/
Created by:Troels
Created at:20090829 10:46
Finished at:Not finished
Last update:20100521 23:35
Assigned to:cygnusEd
Suggested by:Mario Locati

  Task list for this project
ID  Title  Assigned  Progress  Updated  Created by  

  Updates for this project
ID  Title  CommentsCreated atCreated by
40  CGI support works now  0  20100325 22:08  cygnusEd
39  First version published - things changed since last update.  0  20100222 22:51  cygnusEd
34  AAMP for AmiCygnix - status report 2009-12-10  0  20091210 23:45  cygnusEd
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