|The builtin webserver feature which was bundled with HHVM was dropped a few months ago (IIRC with HHVM 3.0).|
It seems like it is not worth to implement a webserver in a native way. HHVM is pushing FAST-CGI support instead since then.
The PHP group should prove the actual benefit of such a server before wasting the time to implement it. The HHVM team surely had reasons to do so.
|2014-08-04 11:01:35 - In reply to message 1 from Markus S.|
|Thanks for the clarification.|
Anyway the point was not so much about being built-in but rather being multi-threaded, so all requests share the same memory pool and database connection pool.
|2014-08-04 19:57:35 - In reply to message 2 from Manuel Lemos|
|with event loop a builtin webserver could be writen using socket listen loop, manage priority ... something that could be of general use too and arranged differently for other I/O. Someone discussed it?|