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NetGeo IP address locator service interface class

NetGeo IP address locator service interface class interfaces with the NetGeo service to determine the geographic location of a machine with a given IP address. It is also capable of calculating the distance between any to locations in the world given their longitude and latitude coordinates.

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  •  12 Dec 2003 18:49

    Release Notes: The output of connection errors when the netgeo.caida.org server is inaccessible has been suppressed. The coordinates of the PHP Classes example site have been updated. PHP short tags are avoided.

    •  04 Oct 2002 13:54

      Release Notes: This release adds support for defining a connection timeout with a NetGeo server and support for requesting an address location by host name.

      •  02 Apr 2002 11:41

        No changes have been submitted for this release.

        Recent comments

        27 Feb 2005 19:03 mlemos

        Re: NetGeo is also a pear package


        >

        > No user account needed to download the

        > pear package from pear.php.net

        >

        It is not the same package and so it does not provide the same features.

        27 Feb 2005 18:47 lukehand

        Re: NetGeo is also a pear package
        fixed link (http://pear.php.net/package/Net_Geo)


        27 Feb 2005 18:45 lukehand

        NetGeo is also a pear package


        No user account needed to download the pear package from pear.php.net

        26 Aug 2003 14:04 morriscox

        Re: Subscribe?

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        >
        > Thankfully, most open source developers,
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        >
        > -- jeff


        I happen to have a membership at that site. I feel safe enough myself. However, I do see both sides. Jeff, you could create a throwaway account like the author mentioned. That would satisfy both of you and you don't even have to check it. Or you could use it as a spam catcher. You can get free email accounts easily.

        06 Oct 2002 02:05 jdonnici

        Re: Subscribe?
        I wouldn't expect you to agree. I've seen this argument played out elsewhere and I don't imagine my feelings on it will much matter to you or anyone else here. From what I can tell, it's largely a "because I can" effort, so I won't get into a point-by-point argument of where we disagree.

        Thankfully, most open source developers, and most open source-oriented sites, take a completely different approach.

        -- jeff

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