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Dan Scott's Blog:
Double-barreled PHP releases
Oct 18, 2006 @ 09:21:00

Dan Scott posts some information about the "double-barreled PHP releases" hes made on his blog today. The two packages he's talking about are the Structures_LinkedList and the File_MARC PEAR packages.

I'm the proud parent of two new releases over the past couple of days: one official PEAR release for linked list fans, and another revision of the File_MARC proposal for library geeks.

For the Structures_LinkedList package, the update is a release of 0.1.0-alpha that he's quite happy with. Next up in the release cycle for this project is (if all goes well) 0.1.0-stable. He also mentions a problem he (and several from the IRC channel #php.pecl) worked through that ultimately lead to issues with the custom __destructor.

The File_MARC pakcage saw an update as well, with the new proposal version (0.0.9) being pushed into the PEAR Proposal process. It corrects a problem discovered at Hackfest with using file() to read in the lines of information (and it not scaling well). The solution was to go with the streams alternative, using stream_get_line.

tagged: pear package release file_marc structures_linkedlist update pear package release file_marc structures_linkedlist update

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Dan Scott's Blog:
Double-barreled PHP releases
Oct 18, 2006 @ 09:21:00

Dan Scott posts some information about the "double-barreled PHP releases" hes made on his blog today. The two packages he's talking about are the Structures_LinkedList and the File_MARC PEAR packages.

I'm the proud parent of two new releases over the past couple of days: one official PEAR release for linked list fans, and another revision of the File_MARC proposal for library geeks.

For the Structures_LinkedList package, the update is a release of 0.1.0-alpha that he's quite happy with. Next up in the release cycle for this project is (if all goes well) 0.1.0-stable. He also mentions a problem he (and several from the IRC channel #php.pecl) worked through that ultimately lead to issues with the custom __destructor.

The File_MARC pakcage saw an update as well, with the new proposal version (0.0.9) being pushed into the PEAR Proposal process. It corrects a problem discovered at Hackfest with using file() to read in the lines of information (and it not scaling well). The solution was to go with the streams alternative, using stream_get_line.

tagged: pear package release file_marc structures_linkedlist update pear package release file_marc structures_linkedlist update

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Dan Scott's Blog:
File_MARC and Structure_Linked_List: new alpha releases
Aug 25, 2006 @ 19:42:24

While working on the MARC support for PHP, Dan Scott asked for suggestions and feedback. Since it was few and far between, he spent the time on another task - working on the error handling for the package.

I've figured out (with Lukas and Pierre's assistance, merci beaucoup) how to make use of PEAR::ErrorStack for error handling. I've also decided to split my linked-list-in-PHP implementation into a separate package; first, because it might be useful for someone else; second, because as a separate package the PHP gurus that care deeply about things like returning references can go over it with a fine-toothed comb without having to worry about all of the MARC stuff.

In light of these new developments, he'as asking for comments once again on two different packages - Structure_Linked_List and File_MARC.

tagged: file_marc structure_linked_list pear error handling package file_marc structure_linked_list pear error handling package

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Dan Scott's Blog:
File_MARC and Structure_Linked_List: new alpha releases
Aug 25, 2006 @ 19:42:24

While working on the MARC support for PHP, Dan Scott asked for suggestions and feedback. Since it was few and far between, he spent the time on another task - working on the error handling for the package.

I've figured out (with Lukas and Pierre's assistance, merci beaucoup) how to make use of PEAR::ErrorStack for error handling. I've also decided to split my linked-list-in-PHP implementation into a separate package; first, because it might be useful for someone else; second, because as a separate package the PHP gurus that care deeply about things like returning references can go over it with a fine-toothed comb without having to worry about all of the MARC stuff.

In light of these new developments, he'as asking for comments once again on two different packages - Structure_Linked_List and File_MARC.

tagged: file_marc structure_linked_list pear error handling package file_marc structure_linked_list pear error handling package

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