I asked for php litespeed support in bug #908876 because I want to incorporate an openlitespeed server into guru, but it was pointed out that I need this support first.
If possible, please add support for this.
openlitespeed uses the lsphp command to run php, not the normal php command.
Maybe a good first step would be to get OpenLiteSpeed into GURU *without* php or eselect-php support at first. When someone sits down to work on php or eselect-php it will be a big help if they can emerge openlitespeed from GURU and use it to test.
Thank you very much.
I am currently trying to get openlitespeed into guru.
Fortunately, openlitespeed contains php5 inside,
so I should be able to use it for "debugging purposes".
(php5 is no longer supported and cannot be used for production purposes).
I am currently trying it out, and it should probably work until I get it into GURU and make it work.
However, since openlitespeed depends on lsquic and lsquic depends on boringssl,
it may be difficult to officially get openlitespeed from guru to gentoo.
(There was a previous attempt to incorporate boringssl into gentoo, but it was rejected.)