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WebReference.com:
User Personalization with PHP The Home Page
May 06, 2009 @ 12:08:53

WebReference.com has posted the next tutorial in their "user personalizaton" series - a look at the user's "home page" once they've logged in.

In this article, we will be looking at the home page of the application. This is the first page that the user will see after they have gone through the authentication process. The page will provide links and access to the rest of the application, except the admin section.

The code connects to the database, fetches all of the information about the user and their bookmarks. A table is generated showing the URL listing and the navigation is built. Also included it a bit of code to create a "recommendations" system.

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Symfony Project Blog:
Plugins have a new home
July 31, 2008 @ 17:42:09

The Symfony project's blog has a new post today about a big move that one of its resources it making - the framework's plugins are getting their own section.

I am pretty happy to announce that I have just deployed a new version of the symfony project website with a brand new "Plugins" section (look at the top menu entries) to replace the Trac plugin management system.

The new section has a listing of all of the available plugins (can be filtered) and dedicated pages for each of them with things like license, version and release information. You can also search the plugins based on keywords and authors. Developers adding their plugins have a full admin interface and uses the Trac accounts to manage access.

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Secunia.com:
HP System Management Homepage PHP Multiple Vulnerabilities
May 30, 2007 @ 09:36:00

Secunia has a new advisory posted that HP System Management Homepage users will want to take note of - an issue that's been found with how the PHP for this software is written that can lead to exploitable issues.

HP has acknowledged some vulnerabilities in HP System Management Homepage, which can be exploited by malicious people to disclose potentially sensitive information, bypass certain security restrictions, cause a DoS (Denial of Service), or potentially compromise a vulnerable system.

This issue has been reported in versions prior to 2.1.8 on Linux and Windows and the solution is easy - just upgrade to a newer version such as 2.1.8 or later. The Secunia post has links to some of the needed downloads.

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Hannes Magnusson's Blog:
"Latest releases" box and "conference teaser"
February 19, 2007 @ 07:48:00

Hannes Magnusson has posted about more updates that are being made to the PHP.net website today, including an upgrade to the "conference teaser" patch and the introduction of a new box to like directly to the latest releases on the front page.

Since I moved the 'current releases' info into "a giant" includable array, living in include/version.inc, we can now provide a simple XML feed (or whatever) for you to parse to get the latest release info simpler and more accurately...

What do you think? Is it worth it? What kind of format would you want it in?

He wants your feedback on this last point - would having an XML feed for just the version info be that useful? Or would it just be yet another RSS feed to add to the list to keep up with the new PHP releases?

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Pierre-Alain Joye's Blog:
Zip 1.8.5, small bug fixes release
January 30, 2007 @ 11:34:00

Pierre-Alain Joye has posted about the latest update to his Zip PECL package today:

This release fixes two small issues, a leak happening on error and a bug in extractTo. Empty directories were not created recursively, for example an entry like "test/emptydir", only the "test" directory was created.

This latest download is here and the homepage for the project is over on this PECL page (as well as details on what the package can do and documentation of all of its features).

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Pierre-Alain Joye's Blog:
Zip-1.7.5 works even with broken path
October 23, 2006 @ 14:58:00

For those using the Zip pecl pakcage, Pierre has a quick update you'll need to download to resolve some pathing issues that were found.

A little release to help windows users to work with broken zip entries named like "a/b//c.txt". PHP 5.1+ mkdir does not support such path on windows and simply refuses to create the base dir. The """bug""" has been fixed in php 5.2 or earlier and a work around exists in zip itself for earlier versions.

You can grab this latest update directly from the project's homepage.

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Pierre-Alain Joye's Blog:
Build cairo on windows, step #1 (Updated)
September 14, 2006 @ 07:06:28

Pierre-Alain Joye has made an update to his information about building Cairo on Windows with more fixes and the creation of a dedicated page for the project.

I fixed a possible issue with PDF and PS support, it should work way better now. The cairo_build_windows archive has been updated and a decent freetype2 is now included (from gnuwin32). The build system has been tested with VC++ Express and VC.net 2003. Also a configure.bat is now included, it is a simple "alias" for "cscript /nologo configure.js ". You can call it just like any real configure.

As mentioned, a project homepage has been set up for cairo-win32, and can be found here along with some results of it: PNG file, PDF file.

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Community News:
PHP Community Group gets a new site
August 24, 2006 @ 07:17:49

The PHP Community group has created a new page for the group over on Ning - as pointed out by Aaron Wormus:

It's been a while since I've bothered to look at ning, but this time around I was VERY impressed. The interface is slick! Kudos to Elizabeth and Ben for setting this up, and of course all the people at ning for the cool platform.

The site already has a good start with a few members on it and discussions already starting for getting to know fellow members and opinions on moving to make this official PHP Community page.

If you'd like to check it out or get involved in the effort, head over and sign up.

UPDATE: it's been six hours since this initial posting and the site already has 24 members registered and growing more all the time. Head over and sign up now! And check out this new post over on the Zend Developer Zone for even more info.

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