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Paul Jones' Blog:
Solar 0.19.0 released
May 25, 2006 @ 09:22:25

In his latest blog post, Paul Jones mentions the release of the latest version of Solar (simple object library and application repository) for PHP5 - version 0.19.0.

The single biggest change in this release is in the license; we have moved from LGPL to New BSD. The main additions in this release are project-support related.

Some of the other changes made include:

  • The Solar_Docs_Apiref class will read an entire Solar-style file hierarchy and parse the inline documentation into an array
  • The related Solar_Docs_Phpdoc class will parse a PHPDoc comment block into its summary, narrative, and technical portions.
  • Solar_Docs_Apiref also makes use of the new Solar_Class_Map
  • There is a new Solar_Log class, with adapters for file-based logging (good for production), echo-based logging (good for development), and multiple log support

He also mentions a large change to the Solar_View package - a switch from paths to class names for helper classes.

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