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Zend Framework Website, v2.0

This is the next incarnation of the Zend Framework website, written using ZF2.


First step is grabbing dependencies. Run the following:

php composer.phar install

At that point, you can test with the built-in webserver of PHP 5.4:

cd public
php -S localhost:8080

Alternately, configure a virtual host in the webserver of your choice.

Reference Guide

To configure the Reference Guide of ZF1 and ZF2, edit the file config/autoload/ and modify the variables named $zf1ManualPath and $zf2ManualPath, respectively.

Each path is related to a specific language and version of the reference guide. For instance, the English version of the 2.0 documentation is represented by:

'zf_document_path' => array(
    '2.0' => array (
        'en' => 'path to /zf2-documentation/docs/_build/html/'

The path of ZF2 documentation must point to the contents of a documenation build folder, generally found in docs/_build/html/ of the zf2-documentation project; if you use the documentation distribution archives, you would simply point to the directory in which you unpack the archive. The configuration paths must end with the / (slash) character.

The 2.0 documentation files are generated using the Sphinx project. For more information on how to generate the ZF2 documentation, read the file of the zf2-documentation project.

The path of the ZF1 documentation must point to the folder views/manual/$VERSION/$LANG/ of the git:// project, where $VERSION is the version of Zend Framework, and $LANG is the language. As with the ZF2 configuration, the path must end with the / (slash) character.

Blog posts

Want to post something on the blog?

Create a post in data/posts that returns a PhlyBlog\Model\EntryEntity (you can use an existing post as a template). Then, simply send a pull request, and we'll review for inclusion.

To compile the blog, do the following from the root of the application:

% php public/index.php blog compile -e -c -r

Then add and commit the new and updated files.

Generating Changelogs

To generate the ZF1 changelog, execute the following:

% php public/index.php changelog fetch zf1

This will, by default, write to data/zf1-changelog.php. You will need to ensure your local configuration includes appropriate JIRA credentials.

To generate the ZF2 changelog, execute the following:

% php public/index.php changelog fetch zf2

This will, by default, write to data/zf2-changelog.php.;