The (sort of) PHP Compiler: Obfuscate PHP code using filters and compression

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This class can be used to obfuscate PHP code.

It can parse one or more PHP source code files using the PHP tokenizer functions to remove comments and white space.

The resulting code can be compressed using gzip before it generates a self-extracting PHP script that decompresses the original obfuscated code.

It class can call an hook to further obfuscate the source after it has been compressed.

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