Best way to secure your dynamic web pages source?
I've been coding PHP for a long time now, I'm also fairly good with Delphi (Pascal), C, Perl and Python.
Haven't had any problems developing PHP programs to my clients, but now I have one...
My client needs a secure dynamic intranet web based software to manage storage and workers coming in and out. Ok, no problem in that, but they need to have the source code secured, for reasons I can't fully understand (and I don't give a damn).
Well, that rules out scripts like PHP, I guess.
So, have any of you ever coded a "closed source" web software?
Is C the best way to do this? Should I try Delphi? Maybe something else?
How should I integrate it to the HTML and Apache?
Or should I just let someone else do that and keep working with more reasonable clients + PHP?
The server runs Linux with Apache 2, I'm also able to install anything I need.
Last edited by TheBeli; 02-18-2008 at 05:03 AM.