The Generic PHP Framework is a library of reusable classes for PHP4 applications. The idea is to grow this framework into a great foundation for writing large applications in PHP4.
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Release Notes: All known bugs have been fixed. The servicebus architecture is up and running. The first steps towards full unit testing have been taken. This is the first version aimed at a wider audience.
Release Notes: This release adds miscellaneous changes to the database layer, initial support for a service architecture, basic user credential support, and bugfixes.
Release Notes: Lots of small changes were made. The highlights include a new simple templates class, correct functioning of the MySQL database connector, support for database connector factory, a first shot at an application 'prefs' class, a simple class to generate a SELECT box of countries, and the humble beginnings of cookie support and template caching.
Release Notes: Initial release.