In order to download and install the program on your computer, please follow these steps:
What's new in ExeOutput for PHP: see the change history.
About this download:
Once your download is complete, run the exophpsetup.exe installer file and follow the instructions displayed step-by-step by the Setup Wizard.
If you have the version 1.6.x, 1.5, 1.4.x, 1.3 or 1.2.x, the installer will upgrade your current installation automatically.
If you have a version older than 1.2.x, it may be necessary to uninstall the previous version manually (see Uninstall section).
Registered users may require an updated license key. If you are a registered user, go to My Account to retrieve your updated license if asked.
The Setup Wizard uses the Windows Installer (MSI) service (version 3.0 at least) which is available by default.
The Setup Wizard installs the Trial edition of ExeOutput for PHP. This Trial is full-featured: it does not contain any time-out feature or major limitations. However, the following limitations apply to applications built with the Trial edition: they will bear an evaluation title and expire one week after their last build. Furthermore you are not authorized to distribute them.
You have an evaluation period of 30 days (although you can still run the Trial edition after this period) to test out ExeOutput for PHP. After that, please consider purchasing a license for ExeOutput for PHP if you would like to distribute your applications and remove any restriction.
ExeOutput for PHP has the following system requirements:
ExeOutput for PHP works on Windows x64 versions.
ExeOutput for PHP is compatible with Internet Explorer 9 and Internet Explorer 10 (featuring support for HTML5 and CSS3).
The PHP runtime and applications made with ExeOutput for PHP require runtime components from Microsoft Visual C++ Libraries 2008 SP1. The ExeOutput for PHP Setup program will install these components only if they are missing on your system.
Note: ExeOutput for PHP stores its preferences in a subfolder named "ExeOutput" which is located in the Windows Application Data folder.
On XP/2003: C:\Documents and Settings\[User Name]\Application Data\ExeOutput
On Windows 8/7/Vista/2008: C:\Users\[User Name]\appdata\roaming\ExeOutput
You can safely remove the files inside that folder if you do not want to keep your preferences for ExeOutput for PHP or your compiled applications.