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-<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN"><html><head><title></title></head><body>
-<small><i>by Alan Knowles alan_k@php.net (&uuml;bersetzt von Alexander Merz alexmerz(at)php.net)</i></small>
-
-<p>Willkommen zur ersten Ausgabe der w&ouml;chentlichen PEAR-Neuigkeiten, der hoffentlich noch viele
-folgen werden.
-Inhaltliches Ziel ist der Überblick &uuml;ber die neusten PEAR Packages und eine Zusammenfassung der
-wichtigsten Diskussion auf den PEAR Mailing-Listen.
-<br>
-
-</p>
-<h2>New Releases </h2>
-<h3>Stable</h3>
-<p>Diese Woche gab es das erste Release von Config und Updates f&uuml;r PEAR::DB, der zentralen PEAR-Klassen,
-Auth_HTTP, Net_Ping und HTML_Tree.
-<br>
-
-<br>
-Besonders hervorzuheben ist eine verbesserte Version des PEAR-Installers. Wie man ihn herunterladen
-und testen kann, erf&auml;hrt man im Manual:
-<a href="http://pear.php.net/manual/en/installation.getting.php">http://pear.php.net/manual/en/installation.getting.php</a>
-
-<br>
-</p>
-<h3>Beta</h3>
-<p>Beta-Releases gab es von XML_svg2image und der "Pearified" Metabase Datenbank-Abstraktion (kurz: MDB). MDB macht große
-Vorschritte und kann bereits ausgiebig auf Herz und Nieren getestet werden.
-
-</p>
-<h2>PEAR-DEV Meldungen </h2>
-
-<h3>Benutzer-Authentifizierung </h3>
-Ein altes Thema ist wieder einmal in Form einer API f&uuml;r Benutzerregistrierung und -authentifizierung
-aufgetaucht. Im Vorfeld der Diskussion war man sich bereits einig, dass eine allgemeine API f&uuml;r alle m&ouml;glichen
-Anwendungsf&auml;lle kaum zu realisieren sei. Trotzdessen wurde w&auml;hrend der Diskussion interessantes
-Referenzmaterial genannt und die Entwicklung scheint Richtung LDAP&amp;Co zu gehen.
-<br>
-
-<h3>Neues Feature f&uuml;r den PEAR-Installer </h3>
-Alexander pr&auml;sentierte eine Idee f&uuml;r die Installation von Anwendungen auf Basis
-des PEAR-Package-Managers (aka PEAR-Installer). Zwar erhielt er auf der PEAR-Dev-Mailingliste
-keine Antwort, daf&uuml;r wurde der Vorschlag im #pear-IRC-channel intensiv diskutiert. Die Verantwortlichen
-des Package-Managers wollen den Vorschlag umsetzen, wenn die derzeitige Version des Package-Manager
-vern&uuml;nftig unter Windows
-und Unix l&auml;uft.
-<br>
-
-<h3>Caching f&uuml;r XML-RPC </h3>
-Christian Dickmann entwickelte einen Cache f&uuml;r das PEAR XML-RPC-Interface um die
-Performance des PEAR-Installers zu verbessern.
-<br>
-
-<h3>Pear Log und Windows/Unix Unterschiede </h3>
-Wie in einigen Experimenten festgestellt wurde, benutzen Windows und Unix verschiedene Syslog-Fehlercodes.
-Dies hat unmittelbar Einfluß auf das PEAR::Log-Package. Als L&ouml;sung bietet es sich an, die vordefinierten Konstanten
-komplett zu ignorieren und stattdessen systemabh&auml;ngig PEAR-eigene PEAR_LOG_*-Konstanten zu definieren.
-<br>
-
-<h3>Pear Weekly News </h3>
-Nach einigen Diskussion wie man diese Neuigkeiten am besten verwalten kann, entschied man sich
-zun&auml;chst f&uuml;r eine Datei-basierte L&ouml;sung. Langfristig k&ouml;nnte diese aber durch eine Datenbank-basierte
-L&ouml;sung ersetzt werden - wenn sich ein Freiwilliger für die Programmierung findet.
-Der erste Programmcode f&uuml;r die Auslieferung der neusten PEAR-Neuigkeiten unterst&uuml;tzt
-verschieden Sprachen und die automatische sonnt&auml;gliche Herausgabe
-<br>
-<br>
-<br>
-
-<hr>
-
-<h2>Development </h2>
-
-CVS-Aktivit&auml;ten fanden letze Woche bei Pager, HTML_Tree_Menu, PEAR_Frontend_Web, MDB, DB, DB_DBA, HTML_Quickform, Tree
-und Image_Transform statt.<br>
-<br>
-</body></html>
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-<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN"><html><head><title></title></head><body>
-<small><i>by Alan Knowles alan_k@php.net</i></small>
-<p> Welcome to the first edition of the PEAR weekly news, hopefully the first
-of many!. The idea is to keep up to date with new pear packages, and developments
-on the PEAR mailing lists. <br>
-
-</p>
-<h2>New Releases </h2>
-<h3>Stable</h3>
-<p>Features for this week include, first release of the config package, updates
-to DB, the Database Abstraction Layer, the core PEAR classes , the HTTP authentication
-class Auth_HTTP, &nbsp;pinging with NET_Ping and easy building of Tree menus
-with&nbsp; HTML_TreeMenu.<br>
-
-<br>
-Most Notably an updated PEAR Installer is available to test : take a look a the manual for instructions <a href="http://pear.php.net/manual/en/installation.getting.php">http://pear.php.net/manual/en/installation.getting.php</a>
-
-<br>
-</p>
-<h3>Beta</h3>
-<p>Beta releases of XML_svg2image, Pearified Metabase Database Abstraction layer - MDB are progressing and ready for testing.
-
-</p>
-<h2>PEAR-DEV traffic </h2>
-
-<h3>User Authentication </h3> A common theme returned in the form of an
-API for user registration and authenticating, while this has been discussed
-before, the general consensus was that it would be difficult to produce a
-generic API that would suit all applications . However there is alot of interesting
-reference material in the discussion, and pointers to developing something
-around LDAP or similar. <br>
-
-<h3>Pear Packages </h3> Alexander brought up the idea for distributing applications
-using the pear package manager, didn't receive much response, but it is something
-that has been discussed on #pear, and all the members involved in the package
-manager are keen to see it happen, as soon as the packager is working reliably
-on windows and unix for the current PEAR packages <br>
-
-<h3>Caching On XMLRPC </h3> To improve the performance of the installers
-Christian Dickmann has been adding a small simple caching layer to the pear
-xmlrpc site. <br>
-
-<h3>Pear Log and Windows/Unix differences </h3> After a few experiments
-it was discovered that Windows and Unix have different Syslog error codes,
-which affected the PEAR:Log class, the intention was to stop using the system
-defines, and use a PEAR_LOG_* set. <br>
-<h3>Pear Weekly News </h3>
-After some discussion about implementation for the weekly news, a simple
-file based news system was used, however the offer is open to anybody if
-they wish to use the pear 'notes' database table to implement a database
-version. - The initial code for PWN supports multi-language, and auto publishing
-on a Sunday.<br>
-<br>
-<br>
-
-<hr>
-
-<h2>Development </h2>
-
-Active on CVS this week has been Pager, HTML_Tree_Menu, PEAR_Frontend_Web, MDB, DB, DB_DBA, HTML_Quickform,Tree, Image_Transform<br>
-<br>
-</body></html>
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-<small><i>by Alan Knowles alan_k@php.net (&uuml;bersetzt von Alexander Merz alexmerz(at)php.net)</i></small>
-<p>Mal wieder rege T&auml;tigkeit in PEAR, 2 Stable- und 5 Beta-Releases. Eine interessante Diskussion &uuml;ber einen SQL-Parser, -Erzeugung, -Fehler und -Standards. PEAR-RPMs in der polnischen Linux-Distribution PLD. Und jede Menge neuer Code-Beitr&auml;ge und drei Package-Vorschl&auml;ge<br>
-
-</p>
-<hr>
-<h2>New Releases </h2>
-<h3>Stable</h3>
-<p>
-PHPUnit - eine Code-Testumgebung<br> Net_SMTP - eine API f&uuml;r einen einfachen Umgang mit dem STMP-Protokoll zum Versenden von E-Mails
-</p>
-<h3>Beta</h3>
-<p>
-Net_Dime - eine API f&uuml;r "Direct Internet Message Encapsulation"<br>
-verbesserter Support f&uuml;r das SOAP-Protokoll und -Packages<br>
-DBA - eine API f&uuml;r DBM-&auml;hnliche Datenbanken, kann auch DBM-Datenbanken mit Hilfe von Datein emulieren<br>
-PEAR_Frontend_Web - ein Web-Interface f&uuml;r den PEAR-Installer<br>
-DB_DataObject - eine API f&uuml;r die Erzeugung von SQL-Statments und fungiert als
-"Data Modeling Layer".
-
-</p>
-<hr>
-<h2>PEAR-DEV Meldungen </h2>
-
-<h3>DB::Sybase - Sybase Fehlermeldungen f&uuml;r die DB-Abstraktionsschicht</h3>
-<p>
-Anotonio Carlos Venancio Junior sucht noch Freiwillige, die ihn bei der Erarbeitungung von Fehlermeldungen f&uuml;r den Sybase-Treiber helfen
-</p>
-<h3>DBA - Berkley DB Wrapper und SQL Parser </h3>
-<p>
-Brent Cook hat das DBA (Berkley DB) Interface fast fertig.
-Das schliesst einen SQL-Parser f&uuml;r dateibasierte Datenbanken ein, um mit Hilfe von SQL auf diese zuzugreifen. Der Parser wird weiterentwickelt und wird zuk&uuml;nftig auch f&uuml;r andere Projekte genutzt. (Dieses Projekt hie&szlig; fr&uuml;her &uuml;brigens DB_DBA)
-</p>
-
-<h3>Zend Engine 2 und Errors </h3>
-<p>
-PHP5 und die Zend Engine 2 werfen in Form des Catch-Throw-Mechanismus und dem
-neuem reserviertem Schl&uuml;sselwort 'delete' ihre Schatten auch auf PEAR.
-</p>
-<p>
-Stig testet die ZE2 und entwarf daraufhin eine vereinfachte Version von raiseError().
-</p>
-<p>
-Sebastian Bergmann implementiert f&uuml;r PHP_Assert_Unit mit assertSame() derzeit eine Funktion zum Vergleich von Variablen.
-Der Vergleich von Objekten ist dabei nur unter der ZE2 m&ouml;glich.
-</p>
-<p>
-Hinsichtlich 'delete' gibt es hier Probleme bei DB_DBA und DB_DataObject, sie benutzen
-'delete' bereits als Methodename. Brent &auml;ndert die Bezeichnung in DB_DBA zu 'remove'.
-Alan begann dazu eine Diskussion mit Andi auf der Zend-Engine2-Mailingliste, schliesslich
-k&ouml;nnte 'delete' als Name f&uuml;r Methoden erlaubt sein. Eine endg&uuml;ltige Entscheidung
-ist erst nach Ende von Andis Urlaub zu erwarten.
-</p>
-
-<h3>Danke an die folgenden Entwickler f&uuml;r Fixes und Bug-Meldungen</h3>
-<p>
-Dan Allen, James Flemmer, Paul Cooper, Marco Wittwer, Yavor Shahpsov
-</p>
-
-<h3>Weekly News - Herausgabe and &Uuml;bersetzungen</h3>
-<p>
-Alexander Merz &uuml;bersetzt derzeit die "Weekly News" ins Deutsche.
-Wenn Sie ebenfalls bereit sind, eine Stunde pro Woche f&uuml;r eine &Uuml;bersetzung in ihre
-Sprache zu investieren oder &Uuml;bersetzer/Schreiber bei ihrer Arbeit helfen m&ouml;chten, dann
-schicken sie einfach eine Nachricht an die PEAR-Dev Mailingliste.
-Der Zeitplan f&uuml;r die Herausgabe sieht eine Ausgabe der endg&uuml;ltigen englischsprachigen
-"Weekly News" f&uuml;r Freitag vor. &Uuml;bersetzungen sollten sollten m&ouml;glichst bis Montag/Dienstag der
-darauffolgenden Woche vorliegen. Die Ank&uuml;ndigung einer neuen "Weekly News" erfolgt jeweils
-Montags. Wer Vorschl&auml;ge zur Ver&ouml;ffentlichung der "Weekly News" auf anderen Webseiten hat, kann diese
-an die PEAR-Dev-Mailingliste schreiben.
-</p>
-
-<h3>PLD Linux Distribution inklusive PEAR </h3>
-<p>
-PLD Linux Distribution (www.pld.org.pl) stellt PEAR-Packages als RPMs bereit.
-Stig sagte, dass dies im Sinne des PEAR-Install-Konzeptes ist.
-Schliesslich wurde der PEAR-Package-Manager auch in Hinblick auf die Einbettung in andere
-Package-Systeme entwickelt. Er wies darauf hin, dass zuk&uuml;nftig nur die 3
-PEAR-Core-Packages mit PHP selbst ausgeliefert werden, die &uuml;brigen
-m&uuml;ssen nachtr&auml;glich installiert werden
-</p>
-
-<h3>Absolute vs. Relative Pfade</h3>
-<p>
-Lukas Smith brachte die Idee "dirname(__FILE__) . '/filename.php'",
-anstatt "'package/filename.php'" f&uuml;r include- und require-Befehle zu nutzen.
-Es gab daf&uuml;r nur geringe Zustimmung. Er stellte fest, das es dabei u.U. zu Problemen
-mit dem PEAR-Installer hinsichtlich der automatischen Aufl&ouml;sung von Package-Abh&auml;ngigkeiten
-kommen kann.
-</p>
-<p>
-Es wurde angemerkt, dass viele Entwickler nicht unbedingt die PEAR-Packages unmittelbar aus dem
-Standard-PEAR-Verzeichniss nutzen, sondern aus applikationsspezifischen Verzeichnissen und daher
-mit der ini_set()-Funktion ihren Include-Path verbiegen.
-</p>
-
-<h3>Lizenzen und kompiliertes PHP</h3>
-<p>
-Brent Cook schrieb einen interessanten <a href="http://lists.php.net/article.php?group=php.pear.cvs&amp;article=4936">Artikel</a>,
-warum er f&uuml;r DB_DBA die LGPL statt der PHP License w&auml;hlte.<br>
-In einer &auml;hnlichen Diskussion wurde gefragt, ob PEAR bzw. einzelne Komponenten
-in compilierter bzw. bin&auml;rer Form vertrieben werden d&uuml;rfen (z.B. erzeugt durch den Zend Bytecode Compiler).
-Alle derzeit in PEAR eingesetzen Lizenzen erlauben diese Form des Vertriebs (zumindest wenn der Quellcode nicht
-ver&auml;ndert wurden).
-</p>
-
-<h3>XML_RPC und SOAP - "pluggable transport layers"</h3>
-<p>
-James Flemmer schrieb einen Patch f&uuml;r XML_RPC, der zus&auml;tzliche Plug-ins f&uuml;r die Transportschicht erlaubt.
-So k&ouml;nnen Request &uuml;ber HTTP, HTTPS, Unix Sockets, Brieftauben, etc ... abgesendet werden.
-Shane Caraveo schlug vor die betreffende Arbeiten an der Plug-In-Schnittstelle f&uuml;r den Nachrichtentransport
-mit dem SOAP-Package zu koordinieren, damit doppelte Arbeit vermieden wird.
-</p>
-
-<h3>Standardbezeichnung f&uuml;r "Verbindung trennen". </h3>
-<p>
-Alexander Merz schlug vor die Methodennamen f&uuml;r jegliche Arten von Verbindungsaufbau und -abbau zu standarisieren.
-Damit soll der Wildwuchs von "quit", "close", "open", "connect" etc. beendet werden. Der Vorschlag wurde einhellig angenommen.
-</p>
-<hr>
-
-<h2>Package-Vorschl&auml;ge:</h2>
-<h3>Managment-Package f&uuml;r Benutzer-Authentifizierung und Zugriffs-Kontroll</h3>
-<p>
-Markus Wolff schlug vor, seine <a href="http://projects.21st-hq.de/liveuser/">User and ACL management classes</a> an PEAR anzupassen und hinzuzuf&uuml;gen.
-Er bat um entsprechendes Feedback.
-</p>
-<h3>Template_Flexy - Yet Another Templating class</h3>
-<p>
-Alan Knowles, schlug seine <a href="http://docs.akbkhome.com/Template_Flexy/">Template_Flexy</a>-
-Klasse f&uuml;r PEAR vor. Er bekam einen gewissen Zuspruch. Die Klasse bietet eine einfache API
-kombiniert mit einer schnellen Templating-Engine, basierend auf Wolframs Kriesings
-"simpletemplate"-Klasse.
-</p>
-<h3>
-</h3>
-<h3>PECL-SMBC-C Modul f&uuml;r Samba client access</h3>
-<p>
-Jelmer Vernooij k&uuml;ndigte eine PHP-Extension f&uuml;r den Samba Client an.
-Damit ist die Samba-Client-API auch in PHP nutzbar.
-</p>
-
-<hr>
-
-<h2>Entwicklung</h2>
-<p>
-CVS-Aktivit&auml;ten fanden letzte Woche bei DBA, Net_Dime, SOAP,
-DB, PEAR, PECL::soap, Mail_Mime, HTML_QuickForm, File_Password, Date,
-MDB, XML_CSSML, PHP_Unit, Net_SMTP und PEAR_Frontend_Web statt.
-</p>
-<hr>
-<h2>Dokumentation</h2>
-<p>
-DB_DataObject wurde in die Dokumentation aufgenommen.
-</p>
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-<small><i>by Alan Knowles alan_k@php.net</i></small>
-<p>It's been another busy week in PEAR world, 2 stable releases and 5 beta
-releases, along with interesting discussion on SQL parses, builders and errors,
-standards, &nbsp;PEAR in PLD Linux Distribution, a lot of new contributions
-and 3 new package proposals. <br>
-
-</p>
-<hr><h2>New Releases </h2>
-<h3>Stable</h3>PHPUnit a regression testing framework, Net_SMTP provides a simple interface to the SMTP (Mail transport) protocol, <br>
-
-<p></p><h3>Beta</h3>Net_Dime which supports the Internet standard for Direct
-Internet Message Encapsulation, SOAP support for SOAP protocol and packages,
-DBA - provides a class based interface to DBM style databases (and can emulate
-it with files), PEAR_Frontend_Web which provides a web interface to the PEAR
-installer, and DB_DataObject which is a SQL builder and Data Modeling Layer.
-<p>
-
-</p>
-<hr>
-<h2>PEAR-DEV traffic </h2>
-
-
-<h3>DB::Sybase - Sybase Errors for the DB abstraction layer </h3>Anotonio Carlos Venancio Junior popped up to volunteer to help complete the error messages in the Sybase back end<h3>DBA - The Berkley DB wrapper and an SQL Parser </h3>Brent
-Cook is finishing off the DBA (Berkley DB) interface layer that includes a lot
-of tools for making Flat file DBA's look a bit like SQL databases, as part
-of this he has built a pretty comprehensive SQL parser which may end up being
-useful in the future for other purposes... (note this package was originally
-DB_DBA)<br>
-<h3>SQL Builders and Added Features on PEAR:DB</h3>
-A few people jumped in asking about SQL builders, or adding more features
-to PEAR::DB like getMany, which is similar to Pythons database abstraction
-class. It was pointed out that DB already has an autoExecute Method that
-can be used to build queries from arrays, and as an alternative the DB_DataObject
-package could also address the SQL building issue. Concerns where raised
-over the feature growth of the core PEAR::DB and that some methods like getMany
-may be better contained in a 'extended PEAR:DB' class.<br>
-<br>
-
-
-<h3>Zend Engine 2 and Errors </h3>A few things came up about the move towards
-PHP5 and Zend Engine 2, the new catch throw error reporting and the new reserved
-keyword 'delete', Stig has been testing ZE2 and the new raiseError method
-looks like it may be simplified considerably....., Sebastian Bergmann has
-started looking at adding assertSame() to PHP_Unit_Assert which supports
-object comparisons only in ZE2. On the delete front, It was noticed that
-DBA and DB_DataObject both used delete methods, this would break in PHP5.
-Brent changed the delete method to remove in DBA, Alan meanwhile started
-a brief discussion with Andi to see if delete could be allowed as a class
-method, and received a favorable response, pending a final decision when
-Andi gets back from his holiday.<br>
-
-<h3>Thanks to these people for contributing Miscellaneous fixes and spotting bugs </h3>Dan Allen, James Flemmer, Paul Cooper, Marco Wittwer, Yavor Shahpsov<br>
-<br>
-<h3>Weekly News - Publishing and Translations </h3>
-Alexander Merz has been translating the weekly news into German, if you are
-interested in spending an hour a week, translating (and/or interpreting)
-the goings on in the pear community into other languages, please post a message
-to the pear-dev mailing list. The schedule is that the last draft of the
-English PWN should be completed on the Friday, and hopefully most translations
-completed by Monday/Tuesday the next week.. - announcements will be posted
-on Monday, again suggestions on where to post the announcements are welcome.<br>
-<br>
-<h3>PLD Linux Distribution&nbsp; includes PEAR </h3>
-PLD Linux Distribution (www.pld.org.pl) will be distributing pear packages
-as rpms. Stig pointed out that the pear package manager was designed for
-embedding in other packaged systems, and that eventually there will only
-be 3 core packages bundled with the php source, the remaining will be installed
-via the pear installer.<br>
-<br>
-<h3>Absolute vs Relative Paths</h3>
-Lukas Smith brought up the idea of using dirname(__FILE__) . '/filename.php'
-rather than the current 'package/filename.php' in include and require statements.
-there was only one +1 for this, however Lukas later noted that it may cause
-difficulties if package manager wanted to do any automatic dependency resolution.
-It was noted that many people don't always use pear packages from the 'pear
-installed' directory, but put them in a subdirectory of their application
-and modify the include_path using ini_set().<br>
-<h3>Licenses and encoding </h3>
-Brent Cook posted an interesting article on why he chose
-to use the LGPL, rather than the PHP License for the DBA package, if you
-are looking at the license for your package, it's an <a href="http://lists.php.net/article.php?group=php.pear.cvs&amp;article=4936">interesting analysis</a>.
-In a related discussion it was asked if pear could be distributed as an encoded
-file (eg. the zend bytecode compiler) or similar. All the current licenses
-allowed this form of distribution (eg. of encoded, unmodified pear files).<br>
-<h3>XML_RPC and SOAP pluggable transport layers </h3>
-James Flemmer contributed a patch to XML_RPC to allow plug-in transport layers
-- enabling transport by http, https, unix socket and carrier pigeon.. Shane
-&nbsp;Caraveo suggested coordinating the effort of the SOAP module so they
-can share transport layers.<br>
-<br>
-<h3>Standardizing connection closing. </h3>
-Alexander Merz suggested standardizing on connect and disconnect for method
-names that deal with opening and closing connections, rather than the current
-mixture of quit,close,open etc. - this got +1<br>
-<br>
-<br>
-<hr>
-
-<h2>Proposed Packages:</h2>
-<h3>User Authentication and Access Control Layer management</h3>
-Markus wolff proposed pearifying his <a href="http://projects.21st-hq.de/liveuser/">User and ACL management classes</a> and adding to pear, and was interested in feedback.<br>
-<h3>
-</h3><h3>Template_Flexy &nbsp;- Yet Another Templating class</h3>
-Alan (yes the PWN author), suggested adding his <a href="http://docs.akbkhome.com/Template_Flexy/">Template_Flexy</a>
-class to pear, he receive got at least one +1, The class offers a very simple
-API, mixed with a class focused fast templating engine, based on wolframs
-simpletemplate.<br>
-<h3>
-</h3>
-<h3>PECL - smbc - C module for&nbsp; Samba &nbsp;client access</h3>
-
-Jelmer Vernooij announced his C module which enables php to make calls using the Samba (Windows Networking) client library.<br>
-<br>
-
-
-<hr>
-
-<h2>Development </h2>Active on CVS this week has been ,DBA, Net_Dime, SOAP,
-DB, PEAR, &nbsp;PECL::soap, Mail_Mime, HTML_QuickForm, File_Password, Date,
-MDB, XML_CSSML, PHP_Unit, Net_SMTP, PEAR_Frontend_Web, <br>
-<br>
-<h2>Documentation</h2>
-The DB_DataObject documentation has been added to the manual<br>
-<br>
-<br>
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-<small><i>by Alan Knowles &lt;alan_k at php.net&gt; translated by Arnaud Limbourg &lt;arnaud.limbourg at cegetel.fr&gt;</i></small>
-<p>Une nouvelle semaine charg&eacute;e vient de s'&eacute;couler. Cette derni&egrave;re
-semaine a vu sortir 2 packages en version stable ainsi que 5 autres en version
-b&ecirc;ta. Divers sujets ont &eacute;t&eacute; abord&eacute;s : un analyseur
-syntaxique (parser) SQL, de constructeurs et la gestion des erreurs, les
-standards, PEAR dans la distribution Linux PLD. De nombreuses contributions
-ont &eacute;t&eacute; faites et trois nouveaux packages ont &eacute;t&eacute;
-propos&eacute;s pour int&eacute;gration dans PEAR.</p>
-
-<hr><h2>Nouvelles sorties</h2>
-<h3>Stable</h3>PHPUnit est un framework (ndt: je ne connais pas de traduction
-ad&eacute;quate) permettant d'effectuer des tests de r&eacute;gression, Net_SMTP
-fournit une interface simple au protocole SMTP (transfert de courrier &eacute;lectronique),
-<br>
-
-<p></p><h3>b&ecirc;ta</h3>Net_Dime qui supporte le standard du m&ecirc;me
-nom (Direct Internet Message Encapsulation), SOAP pour le support du protocole
-et packages SOAP, DBA qui fournit une interface aux base de donn&eacute;es
-de type DBM (procure une &eacute;mulation &agrave; base de fichiers), PEAR_Frontend_Web
-: une interface web pour l'installateur PEAR et DB_DataObjects compos&eacute;
-d'un constructeur SQL et d'une couche de mod&eacute;lisation de donn&eacute;es.
-<p>
-
-</p>
-<hr>
-<h2>Trafic de la liste de diffusion PEAR-DEV</h2>
-
-
-<h3>DB::Sybase - Gestion des erreurs pour la couche d'abstraction de Base de Base de Donn&eacute;es</h3>Anotonio Carlos Venancio Junior s'est port&eacute; volontaire pour compl&eacute;ter les messages d'erreur du driver Sybase.
-
-<h3>DBA - Le wrapper et analyseur syntaxique de SQL </h3>Brent Cook finalise
-l'interface aux bases de type Berkley qui inclue de nombreux outils permettant
-de simuler le comportement d'une base de type SQL &agrave; partir de fichiers
-plats. L'un des composants est un analyseur syntaxique SQL qui pourrait &ecirc;tre
-utilis&eacute; dans d'autres cas ... (ce module se nommait DB_DBA auparavant)<br>
-
-<h3>Constructeurs SQL et nouvelles fonctionnalit&eacute;s dans PEAR::DB</h3>
-Plusieurs questions &agrave; propos de constructeurs SQL ou l'ajout de nouvelles
-fonctionnalit&eacute;s tel getMany, similaire &agrave; la couche d'abstraction
-de base de donn&eacute;es de Python, ont &eacute;t&eacute; discut&eacute;es.
-Il &agrave; &eacute;t&eacute; not&eacute; que PEAR::DB dispose d'une m&eacute;thode
-autoExecute permettant de construire une requ&ecirc;te &agrave; partir de
-tableaux. Une autre alternative &eacute;tant le module DB_DataObject pouvant
-&ecirc;tre utilis&eacute; pour traiter la construction de requ&ecirc;tes
-SQL. Des inqui&eacute;tudes sur la taille du noyau de PEAR::DB ont &eacute;t&eacute;
-soulev&eacute;es avec l'ajout de nouvelles m&eacute;thodes comme getMany,
-une classe 'PEAR::DB &eacute;tendue' pourrait &ecirc;tre cr&eacute;&eacute;e.<br>
-<br>
-
-<h3>Le Zend Engine 2 et les Erreurs </h3>Quelques points concernant le passage
-&agrave; PHP 5 et le Zend Engine 2 ont &eacute;t&eacute; abord&eacute;s :
-le nouveau m&eacute;canisme de gestion d'erreur "try and catch" et le mot
-cl&eacute; r&eacute;serv&eacute; delete. Stig (ndt: le "papa" de PEAR) &agrave;
-test&eacute; le Zend Engine 2 et a pu conclure que la m&eacute;thode raiseError
-pouvait &ecirc;tre consid&eacute;rablement simplifi&eacute;. Sebastian Bergmann
-s'est pench&eacute; sur l'ajout de assertSame() au module PHP_Unit_Assert
-qui supporte la comparaison d'objets sous le Zend Engine 2 uniquement. A
-propos du mot cl&eacute; r&eacute;serv&eacute; delete il &agrave; &eacute;t&eacute;
-not&eacute; que les packages DBA et DB_DataObject utilisent des m&eacute;thodes
-nomm&eacute;es ainsi ce qui ne fonctionne pas sous le Zend Engine 2. Brent
-a renomm&eacute; les m&eacute;thodes delete de DBA en remove pendant qu'Alan
-a commenc&eacute; une discussion avec Andi (ndt: Gutmans, le End de Zend)
-afin de permettre l'utilisation de delete comme nom de m&eacute;thode dans
-une classe. Il a re&ccedil;u une r&eacute;ponse favorable, en attente d'une
-d&eacute;cision finale lors du retour de vacances d'Andi.<br>
-
-<h3>Mes remerciements aux nombreux contributeurs pour la notification de bugs et l'envoi de rustines </h3>Dan Allen, James Flemmer, Paul Cooper, Marco Wittwer, Yavor Shahpsov<br>
-<br>
-<h3>Weekly News - Publication et traductions </h3>Alexander Merz traduit
-le weekly news en allemand, si vous &ecirc;tes int&eacute;ress&eacute; pour
-passer une heure par semaine pour traduire et/ou interpr&eacute;ter ce qui
-se passe dans la communaut&eacute; PEAR dans une autre langue merci d'envoyer
-un message sur la liste de diffusion pear-dev. Le planning pr&eacute;vu est
-la finalisation du weekly news le vendredi, dans l'id&eacute;al les traductions
-doivent &ecirc;tre pr&ecirc;tes le lundi ou mardi suivant... - des annonces
-seront post&eacute;es le lundi, toutes les suggestions pour savoir o&ugrave;
-poster ces annonces sont les bienvenues.<br>
-<br>
-<h3>La Distribution Linux PLD inclue PEAR </h3>
-La Distribution Linux PLD (<a href="www.pld.org.pl">www.pld.org.pl</a>)
-va distribuer les packages de PEAR sous forme de RPM. Stig &agrave; indiqu&eacute;
-que le gestionnaire des packages PEAR &agrave; &eacute;t&eacute; con&ccedil;u
-pour pouvoir &ecirc;tre int&eacute;gr&eacute; dans d'autres gestionnaires
-de packages. PHP sera ainsi distribu&eacute; avec 3 packages de base, les
-packages restant devant &ecirc;tre install&eacute; gr&acirc;ce &agrave; l'installateur
-PEAR.<br>&gt;
-<br>
-
-<h3>Chemins absolus contre chemins relatifs</h3>Lukas Smith &agrave; sugg&eacute;r&eacute;
-l'utilisation de la fonction dirname(__FILE__) . '/filename.php' plut&ocirc;t
-que l'actuelle forme 'package/filename.php' dans les require et include.
-Seulement un +1 (ndt: le syst&egrave;me de vote, +1 signifie que la personne
-est pour et -1 contre, la comptabilisation des +1 et -1 permet de conna&icirc;tre
-l'acceptation d'une proposition) &agrave; pu &ecirc;tre enregistr&eacute;.
-Cependant, Lukas &agrave; plus tard not&eacute; que l'installateur PEAR serait
-perdu dans la r&eacute;solution automatique des d&eacute;pendances. Il &agrave;
-&eacute;t&eacute; not&eacute; que de nombreuses personnes n'utilisent pas
-toujours les packages PEAR situ&eacute;s dans le r&eacute;pertoire d'installation
-de PEAR, mais parfois dans des sous-r&eacute;pertoires de leurs applications
-et modifie l'include_path en utilisant ini_set().<br>
-
-<h3>Licences et encodage </h3>Brent Cook &agrave; post&eacute; un article
-int&eacute;ressant concernant son choix de la licence LGPL au lieu de la
-PHP pour le package DBA. Si vous cherchez quelle licence choisir pour votre
-package, c'est une <a href="http://lists.php.net/article.php?group=php.pear.cvs&amp;article=4936">analyse &agrave; lire</a>
-(ndt: en anglais). Dans une discussion similaire une personne &agrave; demand&eacute;
-si PEAR pouvait &ecirc;tre distribu&eacute; en format 'encod&eacute;' (ex:
-gr&acirc;ce au Zend Encoder) ou &eacute;quivalent. Les licences actuelles
-l'autorisent, &agrave; la condition que ce soient les versions non-modifi&eacute;es
-de PEAR qui soient distribu&eacute;es.<br>
-
-<h3>Les couches de transports XML_RPC et SOAP </h3>James Flemmer &agrave;
-fournit une rustine pour XML_RPC afin d'autoriser les plugins pour la couche
-de transport - permettant ainsi l'utilisation de http, https, unix socket
-et carrier pidgeon... Shane Caraveo &agrave; propos&eacute; de coordonner
-les efforts sur le module SOAP afin de pouvoir partager les couches de transport.<br>
-<br>
-<h3>Standardiser la fermeture des connexions. </h3>Alexander Merz &agrave;
-sugg&eacute;r&eacute; de standardiser les noms des m&eacute;thodes de connexion
-et d&eacute;connexion afin d'&eacute;viter le m&eacute;lange existant de
-quit,close,open etc. - cette proposition &agrave; re&ccedil;ue un +1 (ndt:
-comme expliqu&eacute; plus haut sur le syst&egrave;me de vote, elle &agrave;
-&eacute;t&eacute; approuv&eacute;e)<br>
-<br>
-<br>
-
-<hr><h2>Propositions de Packages:</h2>
-<h3>Authentification et Gestion des permissions</h3>
-Markus wolff a propos&eacute; de pearifi&eacute; (ndt: mettre aux standards de PEAR) ses classes de <a href="http://projects.21st-hq.de/liveuser/">gestion des utilisateurs et des permissions</a>
-afin de les ajouter &agrave; PEAR, il est int&eacute;ress&eacute; par le
-feedback que d'autres utilisateurs peuvent lui fournir. <br>
-<h3>Template_Flexy &nbsp;- Une autre classe de Templates</h3>
-Alan (l'auteur de cette weekly news), &agrave; propos&eacute; l'addition de sa classe <a href="http://docs.akbkhome.com/Template_Flexy/">Template_Flexy</a>
-dans PEAR. Il &agrave; re&ccedil;u au moins un +1. Cette pr&eacute;sente
-une API tr&egrave;s simple, mix&eacute;e avec une classe dont l'accent porte
-sur la rapidit&eacute; d'une solution de templates, bas&eacute; sur la classe
-simpletemplate de Wolfram.<br>
-
-<h3>PECL - smbc - Un module C pour un acc&egrave;s client &agrave; Samba </h3>
-Jelmer Vernooij &agrave; annonc&eacute; la disponibilit&eacute; de son module
-C permettant &agrave; PHP d'effectuer des appels utilisant la librairie cliente
-Samba (Windows Networking) (ndt: je n'arrive pas &agrave; traduire Windows
-Networking)<br>
-<br>
-
-
-<hr>
-
-<h2>D&eacute;veloppement </h2>Ont &eacute;t&eacute; actif sur le cvs DBA, Net_Dime, SOAP,
-DB, PEAR, &nbsp;PECL::soap, Mail_Mime, HTML_QuickForm, File_Password, Date,
-MDB, XML_CSSML, PHP_Unit, Net_SMTP, PEAR_Frontend_Web, <br>
-<br>
-<h2>Documentation</h2>
-La documentation DB_DataObject &agrave; &eacute;t&eacute; ajout&eacute;e au manuel<br>
-<br>
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- <title>PEAR :: PEAR Weekly News - 21 Jul 2002</title>
- </head>
-<body>
-<small><i>por Alan Knowles alan_k@php.net (traduzido por Ant&ocirc;nio Carlos Ven&acirc;ncio J&uacute;nior floripa@php.net)</i></small>
-
-<!-- week resume >> -->
-<p>Esta foi mais uma semana cheia no mundo PEAR, com dois novos lançamentos estáveis e 5 beta, além de discussões interessantes sobre parsers SQL, builders e erros, padrões, PEAR na distribuição Linux PLD, muitas novas contribuições e 3 propostas para novos pacotes</p>
-<!-- week resume << -->
-
-<hr noshade>
-
-<!-- new releases >> -->
-<h2>Novos Releases</h2>
-
-<h3>Estável</h3>
-PHPUnit: um framwork para engenharia reversa, Net_SMTP que provê uma interface simples para o protocolo SMTP (Mail Transport).
-
-<h3>Desenvolvimento</h3>
-Net_Dime, o qual suporta o padrão Internet para o Direct Internet Message Encapsulation, suporte ao SOAP para o protocolo SOAP e pacotes; DBA - provê uma interface baseada em classes para banco de dados no estilo DBM (e pode emulé-lo com arquivos); PEAR_Frontend_Web que fornece uma interface web para o instalador do PEAR; e um DB_DataObject, o qual é um SQL builder e Data Modeling Layer.
-<!-- new releases << -->
-
-<hr noshade>
-
-<!-- pear-dev traffic >> -->
-<h2>Tr&aacute;fego na lista PEAR-DEV</h2>
-
-<!-- list traffic note >> -->
-<h3>DB::Sybase - Erros do Sybase</h3>
-Antônio Carlos Venâncio Júnior apareceu como voluntário para ajudar a completar as mensagens de erro no backend do Sybase
-<!-- list traffic note << -->
-
-<!-- list traffic note >> -->
-<h3>DBA - o DB Wrapper e SQL Parser de Berkley</h3>
-Brent Cook está acabando a camada de interface DBA (Berkley DB) que inclue várias ferramentas para fazer com que arquivos DBA pareçam um pouco mais com bancos de dados SQL. Como parte disto ele tem construído um parser SQL bem compreensível que pode acabar tornando-se util no futuro para outros fins (note que este pacote era originalmente chamado de DB_DBA) ...
-<!-- list traffic note << -->
-
-<!-- list traffic note >> -->
-<h3>SQL Builders e Novas Funcionalidades no PEAR::DB</h3>
-Algumas pessoas perguntaram sobre construtores SQL ou adicionar mais funcionalidades ao PEAR::DB como getMany, que é similar a classe de abstração de banco de dados do Python. Foi dito que o PEAR::DB já possui o método autoExecute que pode ser usado para construir consultas de arrays e como uma alternativa o pacote DB_DataObject também poderia resolver este problema de construção de SQL. Nasceram interesses sobre o crescimento de funcionalidades do PEAR::DB principal e que alguns métodos como o getMany poderiam ser melhor lidados num 'PEAR::DB extendido'
-<!-- list traffic note << -->
-
-<!-- list traffic note >> -->
-<h3>Zend Engine 2 e Erros</h3>
-Poucas coisas apareceram sobre a mudança devido ao PHP 5 e o Zend Engine 2, a nova cath throw error reporting w a nova palavra reservada 'delete'. Stig tem testado o ZE2 e o novo raiseError parece que será simplificado consideravelmente. Sebastian Bergmann começou a pensar em adicionar assertSame() para o PHP_Unit_Assert, o qual suporta comparações com objetos apenas no ZE2. Com relação ao delete, foi notificado que ambos o DBA e o DB_DataObject usam métodos delete e isto poderia ocasionar problemas no PHP 5. Bent mudou o método delete para removê-lo no DBA. Enquanto isto, Alan começou uma breve discussão com Andi para ver se o delete poderia ser permitido como um método de classe e recebeu uma resposta favorável, ficando pendende uma decisão final quando Andi voltar de suas férias.
-<!-- list traffic note << -->
-
-<!-- list traffic note >> -->
-<h3>Agradecimentos às pessoas por contribuir com correções diversas e avisar sobre bugs</h3>
-Dan Allen, James Flemmer, Paul Cooper, Marco Wittwer e Yavor Shahpsov
-<!-- list traffic note << -->
-
-<!-- list traffic note >> -->
-<h3>Notícias Semanais - Publicações e Traduções</h3>
-Alexander Merz tem traduzido as notícias semanais para o Alemão. Se você estiver interessado em perder uma hora por semana para traduzir (e/ou interpretar) os acontecimentos na comunidade PEAR para outros idiomas, por favor, mande uma mensagem para a lista pear-dev. O agendamento é que o último rascunho da versão em inglês do PWN deve estar completo na sexta-feira e a maioria das traduções devem estar prontas na segunda ou terça da próxima semana. Anúncios serão postados na segunda. Novamente, sugestões sobre onde postar os anúncios são bem-vindos.
-<!-- list traffic note << -->
-
-<!-- list traffic note >> -->
-<h3>Distribuições PLD do Linux incluem o PEAR</h3>
-A distribuição PLD do Linux (<a href="http://www.pld.org.pl">http://www.pld.org.pl</a>) distribuirá pacotes do PEAR como RPMS. Stig lembrou que o gerenciador de pacotes do PEAR foi projetado para se encaixar em outros sistemas e que eventualmente existirão apenas 3 pacotes principais "empacotados" com o código fonte do PHP. Os pacotes restantes serão instalados atráves do instalador do PEAR
-<!-- list traffic note << -->
-
-<!-- list traffic note >> -->
-<h3>Caminhos Absolutos x Caminhos Relativos</h3>
-Lukas Smith apareceu com a idéia de usar "dirname(__FILE__) . '/filename.php' ao invés do atual "package/filename.php' em sentenças include e require. Apenas uma pessoa concordou com isto, entretanto Lucas notou depois que isto poderia causar dificuldades se o gerenciador de pacotes quisesse fazer qualquer definição automática de dependência. Foi percebido que muitas pessoas nem sempre usam os pacotes do PEAR do diretório de instalação padrão, mas colocavam-no em um sub-diretório de suas aplicações e modificavam o include_path usando init_set().
-<!-- list traffic note << -->
-
-<!-- list traffic note >> -->
-<h3>Licenças e Codificação</h3>
-Brent Cook postou um artigo interessante sobre porque ele escolheu usar o LGPL ao invés da Licença PHP para seu pacote. Tal artigo é uma <a href="http://lists.php.net/article.php?group=php.pear.cvs&amp;article=4936">análise interessante</a>. Numa discussão relacionada ao mesmo assunto foi perguntado se o PEAR poderia ser distribuído como um arquivo codificado (por exemplo, como o compilador bytecode do Zend) ou similar. Todas as atuais licenças permitem este tipo de distribuição (arquivos do PEAR não-modificados e codificados).
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-
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-<h3>XML_RPC e Camadas de Transporte Anexáveis do SOAP</h3>
-James Flemmer contribuiu com um patch para o XML_RPC para permitir anexar camadas de transporte - permitindo transporte por http, https, socket UNIX e carrier pigeon. Shane Caraveo sugeriu coordenar um esforço para o módulo SOPA para que eles possam compartilhar camadas de transporte.
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-
-<!-- list traffic note >> -->
-<h3>Padronizando Fechamento de Conexões</h3>
-Alexander Merz sugeriu padronizar os nomes dos métodos de conexão e desconexão que lidam com abertura e fechamento de coneões ao invés da atual mistura de quit, close, open, etc. Esta sugestão foi bem aceita.
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-
-<hr noshade>
-
-<!-- proposed packages >> -->
-<h2>Pacotes Propostos:</h2>
-<h3>Autenticação de Usuários e Gerenciamento de Camadas de Controle de Acesso</h3>
-Markus Wolff propôs "pearificar" suas <a href="http://projects.21st-hq.de/liveuser/">classes de gerenciamento de usuários e ACL</a> e adicioná-las ao PEAR; e ele estava interessado no feedback.
-
-
-<h3>Template_Flexy - Mais uma Classe de Template</h3>
-Alan (sim o autor da PWN) sugeriu adicionar sua classe <a href="http://docs.akbkhome.com/Template_Flexy/">Template_Flexy</a> ao PEAR. Ele recebeu ao menos um sinal positivo. A classe oferece uma API muito simples, misturada a uma classe focada num mecanismo de template baseado no SimpleTemplate.
-
-<h3>PECL - smbc - Um Módulo C para Acesso via Clientes Samba</h3>
-Jelmer Vernooik anunciou seu módulo C que permite ao PHP fazer chamadas usando a biblioteca do cliente do Samba (Rede Windows)
-<!-- proposed packages << -->
-
-<hr noshade>
-
-<!-- development >> -->
-<h2>Desenvolvimento</h2>
-Alterações nesta semana no CVS incluem: DBA, Net_Dime, SOAP, DB, PEAR, PECL::SOAP, Mail_Mime, HTML_QuickForm, File_Password, Date,
-MDB, XML_CSSML, PHP_Unit, Net_SMTP e PEAR_Frontend_Web
-<!-- development << -->
-
-<!-- development >> -->
-<h2>Documentação</h2>
-A documentação do DB_DataObject foi adicionada ao manual.
-<!-- development << -->
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-<html>
-<head>
- <title>x</title>
-</head>
-<body>
- <small><i>by Alan Knowles alan_k@php.net (&uuml;bersetzt von Alexander Merz alexmerz(at)php.net)</i></small>
-
-<p>
-Diese Woche gibt es drei neue Beta/Entwickler-Releases zum Testen, dazu Neues vom
-PEAR-Package-Installer, zu Smarty und &uuml;ber unsere Geburtstagskinder.
-</p>
-
-<hr>
-<h2>Neue Releases</h2>
-
-<h3>Beta</h3>
-<p>
-MDB (die Symbiose von PEAR::DB und Metabase) erhielt einige Korrekturen
-f&uuml;r den PostgreSQL-Treiber und die API wurde etwas aufger&uuml;mt.
-</p>
-<p>
-HTML_Javascript, ein Package um PHP-Variablen in JavaScript zu nutzen
-und andere Helferlein f&uuml;r die JavaScript-Generierung.
-</p>
-
-<h3>Devel</h3>
-<p>
-DBA, ein Wrapper f&uuml;r die PHP-DBA-Funcktion und einer Implementierung eines SQL
-Treibers f&uuml;r DBA-Datenbanken.
-</p>
-
-<hr>
-
-<h2>PEAR-DEV Meldungen</h2>
-<h3>MDB - Return by reference</h3>
-<p>
-In einer kurzen Diskussion ging es um die Entscheidung,
-ob MDB Ergebnisse 'per reference' analog Metabase (Basis f&uuml;r MDB)
-zur&uuml;ckgeben soll, z.B.:
-<br>
-<pre>
-getTextValue($bar, $bar_quoted);<br>
-<span class="moz-txt-citetags"></span>
-$query = 'SELECT * from foo WHERE bar = '.$bar_quoted;
-<span class="moz-txt-citetags"></span><br>
-</pre>
-Diese Form der R&uuml;ckgabe &uuml;ber Eingabeparameter ist aber in PEAR un&uuml;blich.
-Standard ist die R&uuml;ckgabe von Ergebnisse bzw. im Fehlerfall eines PEAR_Error-Objekt.
-Paull Cooper unterst&uuml;tzte Lukas Smith mit dem Postgres-Treiber.
-</p>
-
-<h3>Zend Engine 2</h3>
-<p>
-Stig experimentiert immer noch mit der dem try/catch-Mechanismus. &Uuml;ber die Zukunft
-&uuml;ber die Form der Fehlerr&uuml;ckgabe f&uuml;r "ZE2 only"-Packages wird sp&auml;ter
-entschieden.
-</p>
-
-<h3>PEAR-Installer schreitet voran</h3>
-<p>
-Der PEAR-Installer wurde verst&auml;rkt getestet, um weitere Bugs auszub&uuml;geln.
-Insbesondere die PEAR-Installation ist unter Windows noch nicht unproblematisch.
-Die Basis-Installation sollte unabh&auml;ngig davon, auch unter Win32, &uuml;ber Lynx funktionieren:
-<pre wrap="">
-c&gt; lynx -source <a class="moz-txt-link-freetext" href="http://pear.php.net/go-pear">http://pear.php.net/go-pear</a> &gt; go-pear<br>c&gt; php -d output_bufering=0 -q go-pear<br>
-</pre>
-</p>
-
-<h3>Package.xml - auf Korrektheit &uuml;berpr&uuml;fen</h3>
-<p>
-W&auml;hrend der Diskussion &uuml;ber die Erzeugung des HTML_OOH_Forms-Packages wurde darauf hingewiesen,
-dass der PEAR-Package-Manager die 'package.xml'-Datei &uuml;berpr&uuml;fen kann.
-<pre wrap="">pear pv</pre>
-In diesem Fall war das Problem, dass das 'role'-Attribut (&lt;file role="???"&gt;filename.x&lt;/file&gt;)
-f&uuml;r einen Datei in einem Package einer der folgenden Werte annehmen kann:
-<pre wrap="">php ext test doc data src script</pre>
-</p>
-
-<h3>Pear und Smarty </h3>
-<p>
-Es wurde auf der PEAR-Mailingliste angefragt, warum Smarty (<a href="http://smarty.php.net">http://smarty.php.net</a>)
-nicht ein Bestandteil von PEAR ist. Der Grund: Es gab bis jetzt keinen Freiwilligen,
-die Smarty auf die PEAR-Standards (plus einer Schicht f&uuml;r R&uuml;ckw&auml;rtskompatibilt&auml;t) umgeschrieben hat.
-</p>
-
-<h3>DB::Sybase</h3>
-<p>
-Ant&ocirc;nio Carlos Ven&acirc;ncio J&uacute;nior hat am DB::Sybase-Treiber gearbeitet
-und sucht nach Testern. Ausserdem hat er die PHPDoc-Kommentare &uuml;berarbeitet.
-</p>
-
-<h3>PEAR Manual und Geburtstage</h3>
-<p>
-<a href="http://pear.php.net/wishlist.php/alexmerz">
-Alexander</a> versprach das &uuml;berarbeitet Manual bis zu seinem Geburstag am 25. Juli fertig zu stellen.
-(<a href="http://pear.php.net/wishlist.php/cox">Thomas Cox's</a>
-seiner ist &uuml;brigens am 24.) - Wenn PEAR Euch geholfen hat, werft mal einen Blick auf ihre Wunschzettel.
-Das Ziel der Neubearbeitung des Manuals ist eine verbesserte Dokumentation aller Packages und eine
-Vereinheitlichung und Verbesserung der Navigation innerhalb des Manuals.
-</p>
-
-<hr>
-
-<h2>Package-Vorschl&auml;ge:</h2>
-<p>
-Sebasti&atilde;o Rocha schlug seine Report-Generator-Klasse vor, auf <a href="http://www.i-node.com.br/report">http://www.i-node.com.br/report</a>
-findet man einige Beispiele.
-</p>
-
-<hr>
-
-<h2>Development</h2>
-<p>
-CVS-Aktivit&auml;ten fanden letzte Woche bei DB, DB_DataObject ,
-DBA, HTML_Javascript, HTML_OOH_Form, HTML_QuickForm, Log, Mail_Mime, MDB,
-Net_NNTP, PEAR_Frontend_Gtk, PECL/soap, PHPUnit, SOAP, XML_Tree und XML_XPath statt.
-</p>
-
-</body>
-</html>
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-<small><i>by Alan Knowles alan_k@php.net</i></small>
-<p>This week includes 3 new releases both beta and development versions, ready to be tested, Along with news on the PEAR Package Installer, Smarty and Developers Birthdays.<br>
-
-</p>
-<hr>
-<h2>New Releases</h2>
-
-<h3>Beta</h3>
-MDB, the merge of PEAR DB and Metabase includes more fixes to the PostgreSQL
-driver and some API cleanups, HTML_Javascript, a package to help convert
-php variable for use in javascript and a few javascript tools.
-<h3>Devel</h3>
-DBA, a wrapper for the php DBA functions and an implementation of an SQL driver for DBA database
-
-<hr>
-
-<h2>PEAR-DEV traffic </h2>
-
-
-<h3>MDB Return by reference </h3>
-There was a brief discussion on how metabase
-should handle return values, it appears Metabase (what MDB is based on) tended
-to return values by using return by reference eg.
-<pre>getTextValue($bar, $bar_quoted);
-$query = 'SELECT * from foo WHERE bar = '.$bar_quoted;
-</pre>
-However it was considered that this method was uncommon in PEAR generally.
-The current standard of returning mixed, PEAR_error or the result will still
-be the prefered method for returning arguments. Meanwhile Paul Cooper has been
-helping out Lukas Smith with the Postgres driver.
-
-
-<h3>How will Zend Engine 2 (PHP5)'s catch/throw affect PEAR_error?</h3>
-Stig is still experimenting with ZE2's try catch methods, and the future of returning PEAR_errors (for
-ZE2 only packages) will be decided later (although Backward Compatibility issues will obviously be a
- serious factor in this).
-
-<h3>Installer moving forward </h3>
-More testing was underway to iron out bugs with the installer, especially
-on Win32 platforms, the lynx piping still has issues with Win32, the current
-recommended method for installing on win32 is still.
-<pre>c&gt; lynx -source <a href="http://pear.php.net/go-pear">http://pear.php.net/go-pear</a> &gt; go-pear
-c&gt; php -d output_bufering=0 -q go-pear
-</pre>
-
-<h3>Package.xml - checking consistancy </h3>
-In a discussion about packaging of HTML_OOH_Forms, it was mentioned that the pear package manager can
-check a package.xml using
-<pre>pear pv</pre>
-In this situation the reason for a package prolems was that the role for
-a file in a package has to be one of these types = eg. &lt;file role="???"&gt;filename.x&lt;/file&gt;
-<pre>php ext test doc data src script</pre>
-
-<h3>Pear and Smarty </h3>
-It was asked why Smarty <a href="http://smarty.php.net">http://smarty.php.net</a>
-had not become part of pear on the main pear mailing list, The reason really
-revolved around the fact that nobody has really volunteered the time and
-effort to pearify Smarty (and provide a BC layer).
-
-<h3>DB::Sybase </h3>
-Ant&ocirc;nio Carlos Ven&acirc;ncio J&uacute;nior, has been doing bits of
-work with the DB::Sybase component of the DB abstration layer and asked if
-anyone was available to help test it. He has also been helping out adding
-phpdoc comments.
-
-<h3>PEAR Manual and Birthdays </h3>
-<a href="http://pear.php.net/wishlist.php/alexmerz">
-Alexander</a> promised to try and have the new pear manual working for his birthday on the 25th (and <a href="http://pear.php.net/wishlist.php/cox">Thomas Cox's</a>
-is on the 24th) - If PEAR has helped you, have a look at their wishlists.
-The result of these manual fixes should mean that a more indepth documentation
-can be done for each package, and the Manual Navigation should work alot
-better.
-
-<hr>
-
-<h2>Proposed Packages:</h2>
-Sebasti&atilde;o Rocha has proposed a Report generator class some of the ideas are layed out
-at <a href="http://www.i-node.com.br/report">http://www.i-node.com.br/report</a>
-
-<hr>
-
-<h2>Development </h2>
-Active on CVS this week has been DB, DB_DataObject ,
-DBA, HTML_Javascript, HTML_OOH_Form, HTML_QuickForm, Log, Mail_Mime, MDB,
-Net_NNTP, PEAR_Frontend_Gtk, PECL/soap, PHPUnit, SOAP, XML_Tree, XML_XPath,
-
-</body></html>
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-<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN"><html><head><title>x</title></head><body>
-<small><i>by Alan Knowles alan_k@php.net&nbsp; translated by Pierre-Alain Joye &lt;paj@pearfr.org&gt</i></small>
-<p>Trois nouvelles sorties, deux en phase b&eacute;ta et une en phase de d&eacute;velopement, pr&ecirc;tes &agrave; &ecirc;tre test&eacute;es.
-Nous parlerons aussi des nouveaut&eacute;s sur l'installeur des packages PEAR, de Smarty et des anniversaires des d&eacute;veloppeurs.<br>
-
-</p>
-<hr><h2>Nouvelle sorties<br>
-</h2>
-
-<p></p><h3>
-<h3>B&ecirc;ta</h3>
-</h3>MDB, la fusion de PEAR DB et Metabase inclut plusieurs corrections apportés sur le driver
-PostgreSQL ainsi que quelques nettoyages de l'API.<br>
-HTML_Javascript, package aidant a convertir
-des variables php en variables javascript et fournissant quelques outils javascript.<br>
-<h3>D&eacute;vel</h3>
-DBA, un wrapper pour les fonctions DBA de php et une implémentation du gestionnaire SQL pour DBA database <br>
-<br>
-
-<p>
-
-</p>
-<hr>
-<h2>Trafic de la liste de diffusion PEAR-DEV</h2>
-
-
-<h3>MDB, retour par r&eacute;f&eacute;rence</h3>
-Une br&egrave;ve discussion, sur la manière dont MetaBase pourrait g&eacute;r&eacute;
-le retour de valeurs, il appara&icirc;t que MetaBase (sur lequel MDB est bas&eacute;)
-retournerait les valeurs par r&eacute;f&eacute;rence, par exemple :
-<br>
-<pre>getTextValue($bar, $bar_quoted);<br><span class="moz-txt-citetags"></span>$query = 'SELECT * from foo WHERE bar = '.$bar_quoted;<span class="moz-txt-citetags"> </span><br></pre>
-
-Cette m&eacute;thode f&ucirc;t consid&eacute;r&eacute;e, de mani&egrave;re g&eacute;n&eacute;rale,
-comme inhabituelle dans pear. Le standart actuel disposant de plusieurs retours, la pr&eacute;f&eacute;rence
-pour le retour d'argument a encore &eacute;t&eacute; donn&eacute;e &agrave; PEAR_Error pour le r&eacute;sultat.
-Durant cette p&eacute;riode, Paul Cooper aida Lukas Smith sur le gestionnaire PostgreSQL pour MDB.<br>
-
-
-<h3>Zend Engine 2</h3>
-Stig continue l'exp&eacute;rimentation des m&eacute;thodes "try catch" du Zend Engine 2, le futur
-des retours d'erreurs PEAR_Errors (seulement pour les packages ZE2) va &ecirc;tre d&eacute;cid&eacute;e ult&eacute;rieument.<br>
-
-<h3>PEAR Installer va de l'avant</h3>
-L'outils d'installation de PEAR &eacute;tait soumis &agrave; des tests pouss&eacute; afin de mettre
-en &eacute;vidence les bugs restant. Spécialement sur les plateformes Win32, l'installeur n'est pas encore &eacute;pargn&eacute;
-par les probl&egrave;mes. L'installation actuellement recommand&eacute;e sur win32 est toujours :
-<br>
-<pre wrap="">c&gt; lynx -source <a class="moz-txt-link-freetext" href="http://pear.php.net/go-pear">http://pear.php.net/go-pear</a> &gt; go-pear<br>c&gt; php -d output_bufering=0 -q go-pear<br><br></pre>
-<h3>Package.xml - validation</h3>
-Durant une discussion sur la cr&eacute;ation du package HTML_OOH_Forms, Martin Jansen nous a signal&eacute;
-la possibilit&eacute; d'utiliser le gestionnaire de packages pear pour valider le document package.xml
-(ndt: document d&eacute;crivant un package), en utilisant la commande comme suit (ndt: en se positionnat dans le
-dossier racine du package):<br>
-<pre wrap="">pear pv</pre>
-Dans le cas qui nous concernait, les probl&egrave;mes rencontr&eacute;s venait de l'attribut "role"
-des fichiers, cet attribut doit obligatoirement &ecirc;tre d'un des types suivants :<br>
-Exemple: &lt;file role="???"&gt;filename.x&lt;/file&gt;<br>
-<pre wrap="">??? => php ext test doc data src script</pre>
-<h3>Pear et Smarty </h3>
-Il a &eacute;t&eacute; demand&eacute; pourquoi Smarty (<a href="http://smarty.php.net">http://smarty.php.net</a>)
-n'est pas devenu un module de pear. La principale raison &eacute;tait d&ucirc;t au fait que personne
-n'a r&eacute;ellement, et volontairement, pris le temps de "pearifier" Smarty (ainsi que de fournir une
-couche assurant la BC (backward compatibility, compatibilité descendante).<br>
-<br>
-<h3>DB::Sybase </h3>
-Ant&ocirc;nio Carlos Ven&acirc;ncio J&uacute;nior, a fait quelques travaux sur le module
-DB:Sybase de la couche d'abstraction DB et demanda si une personne serait disponible afin
-de l'aider pour les tests. Il a aussi particip&eacute; par l'ajout de commentaires dans phpdoc.<br>
-<br>
-<h3>Manuel PEAR et anniversaires</h3>
-<a href="http://pear.php.net/wishlist.php/alexmerz">
-Alexander</a> promis d'essayer de terminer de rendre le nouveau manuel de pear fonctionnelle pour son anniversaire
-le 25 juillet - Si PEAR vous aide, jetez un oeuil &agrave; leur "listes de cadeaux".<br>
-
-Le r&eacute;sultat des modifications sur le manuel permettra de r&eacute;diger une documentation plus pr&eacute;cise
-pour chaque package, tout en am&eacute;liorant significativement la navigation.
-<br>
-<br>
-<br>
-<br>
-<hr>
-
-<h2>Package propos&eacute;:</h2>
-Sebasti&atilde;o Rocha a propos&eacute; d'ajouter une classe de g&eacute;n&eacute;rateur de rapports.
-Certaines des id&eacute;es sont bas&eacute;es sur <a href="http://www.i-node.com.br/report">http://www.i-node.com.br/report</a><br>
-<br>
-
-
-<hr>
-
-<h2>Development </h2>Active on CVS this week has been DB, DB_DataObject ,
-DBA, HTML_Javascript, HTML_OOH_Form, HTML_QuickForm, Log, Mail_Mime, MDB,
-Net_NNTP, PEAR_Frontend_Gtk, PECL/soap, PHPUnit, SOAP, XML_Tree, XML_XPath,
-<br>
-<br>
-<br>
-</body></html>
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-<small><i>autor: Alan Knowles alan_k@php.net (tłumaczenie: Robert Janeczek rashid@php.net)</i></small>
-<p>W tym tygodniu 3 nowe wydania pakietów w wersjach beta i rozwojowych, gotowe do testów. Nowinki o instalatorze pakietów PEAR, Smarty i urodzinach programistów.<br>
-
-</p>
-<hr>
-<h2>Nowe wydania</h2>
-
-<h3>Beta</h3>
-MDB, połączenie PEAR DB i Metabase z dołączonymi poprawkami dla sterownika PostgreSQL
-i drobne porządki w API, HTML_Javascript, pakiet wspomoagający konwersję zmiennych PHP
-na potrzeby używania ich w JavaScript`cie i kilka narzędzi JavaScript`owych.
-<h3>Rozwojowe</h3>
-DBA, nakładka dla PHP`owych funkcji DBA i implementacja sterownika SQL dla bazy danych DBA.
-
-<hr>
-
-<h2>Skrót z PEAR-DEV </h2>
-
-
-<h3>MDB zwracające przez referencję </h3>
-Miała miejsce krótka dyskusja na temat tego jak metabase powinno obsługiwać
-zwracane wartości, w założeniach Metabase (na którym bazuje MDB) zwraca
-wartości używając referencji, np.
-<pre>getTextValue($bar, $bar_quoted);
-$query = 'SELECT * from foo WHERE bar = '.$bar_quoted;
-</pre>
-Mimo tego stwierdzono, że ten sposób jest nietypowy dla PEAR.
-Obecnym standardem jest zwracanie wartości mixed, PEAR_error albo rezultat nadal będzie
-preferowaną metodą zwracania wartości. W międzyczasie Paul Cooper pomagał Lukas`owi Smith w
-pracach nad sterownikami do bazy Postgres.
-
-
-<h3>Jak Zend Engine 2 (PHP5) i jego obsługa catch/throw wpłynie na PEAR_error?</h3>
-Stig wciąż eksperymentuje ze metodami try i catch z ZE2 i przyszłość zwracania obietków PEAR_error (pakiety
-tylko dla ZE2) wyjaśni się później (oczywiście kompatybilność wstecz będzie istotnym czynnikiem przy podejmowaniu
-decyzji).
-
-<h3>Instalator podąża naprzód </h3>
-Przeprowadzono więcej testów, żeby wykryć błędy w instalatorze, przede wszystkim
-na platformie Win32, potokowanie lynx`a wciąż powoduje problemy pod Win32, obecnie
-polecana metoda instalowania pod Win32 to nadal:
-<pre>c&gt; lynx -source <a href="http://pear.php.net/go-pear">http://pear.php.net/go-pear</a> &gt; go-pear
-c&gt; php -d output_bufering=0 -q go-pear
-</pre>
-
-<h3>Package.xml - sprawdzanie spójności </h3>
-W dyskusji na temat paczkowania HTML_OOH_Forms wspomniano, że manager pakietów może
-sprawdzić package.xml wykorzystując
-<pre>pear pv</pre>
-W tym przypadku powodem problemów z pakietem jest rola pliku w pakiecie, który musi
-być jednym z poniższych typów, np. &lt;file role="???"&gt;filename.x&lt;/file&gt;
-<pre>php ext test doc data src script</pre>
-
-<h3>Pear i Smarty </h3>
-Na głównej liście mailowej PEAR spytano dlaczego Smarty <a href="http://smarty.php.net">http://smarty.php.net</a>
-nie został częścią PEAR. Podstawowym powodem było to, że nikt nie zaproponował poświęcenia czasu i wysiłku
-do pearyzacji Smarty (i stworzenia warstwy BC).
-
-<h3>DB::Sybase </h3>
-Ant&ocirc;nio Carlos Ven&acirc;ncio J&uacute;nior, pracuje co nieco nad
-częścią warstwy pośredniej dostępu do baz danych - DB::Sybase - i pytał,
-czy jest ktoś chętny do pomocy przy testowaniu. Pomagał też dodając
-komentarze phpdoc.
-
-<h3>Dokumentacja PEAR i urodziny </h3>
-<a href="http://pear.php.net/wishlist.php/alexmerz">
-Alexander</a> obiecał postarać się i przygotować nową dokumentację pear na swoje urodziny 25. (a <a href="http://pear.php.net/wishlist.php/cox">Thomas Cox</a>
-ma swoje 24.) - jeśli PEAR ci pomógł, rzuć okiem na ich listy życzeń.
-W wyniku tych prac dokładniejsza dokumentacja każdego pakietu powinna być łatwiejsza do stworzenia
-a nawigacja po dokumentacji powinna być dużo łatwiejsza w użyciu.
-
-<hr>
-
-<h2>Propozycje pakietów:</h2>
-Sebasti&atilde;o Rocha zaproponował klasę do generowania raportów, z częścią pomysłów można się zapoznać na <a href="http://www.i-node.com.br/report">http://www.i-node.com.br/report</a>
-
-<hr>
-
-<h2>Rozwój </h2>
-Ruch w CVS w tym tygodniu odbywał się w następujących pakietach: DB, DB_DataObject ,
-DBA, HTML_Javascript, HTML_OOH_Form, HTML_QuickForm, Log, Mail_Mime, MDB,
-Net_NNTP, PEAR_Frontend_Gtk, PECL/soap, PHPUnit, SOAP, XML_Tree, XML_XPath,
-
-</body></html>
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- <title>PEAR :: PEAR Weekly News - 21 Jul 2002</title>
- </head>
-<body>
-<small><i>por Alan Knowles alan_k@php.net (traduzido por Ant&ocirc;nio Carlos Ven&acirc;ncio J&uacute;nior floripa@php.net)</i></small>
-
-<!-- week resume >> -->
-<p>Nesta semana foram inclu&iacute;dos 3 novos releases tanto para vers&otilde;es beta como para vers&otilde;es de desenvolvimento, prontas para serem testadas. Tamb&eacute;m novas not&iacute;cias sobre o PEAR Package Installer, Smarty e anivers&aacute;rios de desenvolvedores.</p>
-<!-- week resume << -->
-
-<hr noshade>
-
-<!-- new releases >> -->
-<h2>Novos Releases</h2>
-
-<h3>Beta</h3>
-MDB, a uni&atilde;o do PEAR DB e Metabase inclue novas corre&ccedil;&otilde;es para o driver do PostgreSQL e algumas limpezas na API, o HTML_Javascript: pacote para ajudar a converter vari&aacute;veis do PHP para o uso em Javascript e em algumas ferramentas de Javascript.
-
-<h3>Desenvolvimento</h3>
-DBA, um wrapper para as fun&ccedil;&otilde;es DBA do PHP e uma implementa&ccedil;&atilde;o de um driver SQL para o banco DBA.
-<!-- new releases << -->
-
-<hr noshade>
-
-<!-- pear-dev traffic >> -->
-<h2>Tr&aacute;fego na lista PEAR-DEV</h2>
-
-<!-- list traffic note >> -->
-<h3>MDB Retorna por Refer&ecirc;ncia</h3>
-Ocorreu uma breve discuss&atilde;o sobre como o Metabase deveria lidar com o retorno de vari&aacute;veis. Aparentemente, o Metabase (no que o MDB est&aacute; baseado) tende a retornar valores usando o retorno por refer&ecirc;ncia, por exemplo:
-<pre>
-getTextValue($bar, $bar_quoted);
-$query = 'SELECT * from foo WHERE bar = '.$bar_quoted;
-</pre>
-Entretanto foi considerado que este m&eacute;todo era geralmente incomum no PEAR. O padr&atilde;o atual &eacute; returnar mixed, PEAR_error ou o resultado ainda ser&aacute; o m&eacute;todo preferido para retornar argumentos. Stig ainda est&aacute; experimentando isto com os m&eacute;todos try e catch do Zend Engine 2 e o futuro dos retornos de PEAR_errors (para os pacotes apenas do ZE2) ser&aacute; decidido mais tarde. Enquanto isso, Paul Cooper tem ajudado Lukas Smith com o driver Postgres.
-<!-- list traffic note << -->
-
-<!-- list traffic note >> -->
-<h3>Instalador Acelerando</h3>
-Mais testes estavam a caminho para eliminar os bugs no instalador, especialmente em plataformas Win32. O pipe junto com o lynx ainda tem problemas com o Win32 e o m&eacute;todo atualmente recomemdado para instalar no Win32 &eacute; ainda:
-<pre>
-c&gt; lynx -source <a href="http://pear.php.net/go-pear">http://pear.php.net/go-pear</a> &gt; go-pear
-c&gt; php -d output_bufering=0 -q go-pear
-</pre>
-<!-- list traffic note << -->
-
-<!-- list traffic note >> -->
-<h3>Package.xml - Checando Consist&ecirc;ncia</h3>
-Numa discuss&atilde;o sobre o empacotamento dos HTML_OOH_Forms foi mencinado que o PEAR Package Manager pode checar um package.xml usando:
-<pre>pear pv</pre>
-Neste caso a raz&atilde;o para problemas com um pacote foi que um espa&ccedil;o para um arquivo em um pacote tem que estar em um destes tipos: &lt;file role="???"&gt;filename.x&lt;/file&gt;
-<pre>php ext test doc data src script</pre>
-<!-- list traffic note << -->
-
-<!-- list traffic note >> -->
-<h3>PEAR e Smarty</h3>
-Foi perguntando na lista principal porque o Smarty <a href="http://smarty.php.net">http://smarty.php.net</a>
-n&atilde;o tornou-se parte do PEAR. A raz&atilde;o circundou no fato de que ningu&eacute;m se disp&ocirc;s a gastar tempo e esfor&ccedil;o para "pearficar" o Smarty (e prover uma camada BC).
-<!-- list traffic note << -->
-
-<!-- list traffic note >> -->
-<h3>DB::Sybase</h3>
-Ant&ocirc;nio Carlos Ven&acirc;ncio J&uacute;nior tem trabalhado bastante com o componente DB::Sybase para o DB abstraction layer e perguntou se algu&eacute;m estaria dispon&iacute;vel para ajudar a test&aacute;-lo. Ele tambem tem ajudado adicionando coment&aacute;rios no formato PHPDoc.
-<!-- list traffic note << -->
-
-<!-- list traffic note >> -->
-<h3>Manual do PEAR e Anivers&aacute;rios</h3>
-<a href="http://pear.php.net/wishlist.php/alexmerz">
-Alexander</a> prometeu tentar ter um novo manual do PEAR funcionando at&eacute; seu anivers&aacute;rio no dia 25 (o de <a href="http://pear.php.net/wishlist.php/cox">Thomas Cox</a> &eacute; dia 24) - se o PEAR ajudou voc&ecirc; d&ecirc; uma olhada nas respectivas wishlists. O resultado destas corre&ccedil;&otilde;es no manual significam que uma documenta&ccedil;&atilde;o mais a fundo pode ser feita para cada pacote e a navega&ccedil;&atilde;o do manual deve funcionar muito melhor.
-<!-- list traffic note << -->
-<!-- pear-dev traffic << -->
-
-<hr noshade>
-
-<!-- proposed packages >> -->
-<h2>Pacotes Propostos:</h2>
-Sebasti&atilde;o Rocha prop&ocirc;s uma classe para gera&ccedil;&atilde;o de relat&oacute;rios e as id&eacute;ias s&atilde;o mostradas num layout em <a href="http://www.i-node.com.br/report">http://www.i-node.com.br/report</a>
-<!-- proposed packages << -->
-
-<hr noshade>
-
-<!-- development >> -->
-<h2>Desenvolvimento</h2>
-Foram feitas altera&ccedil;&otilde;es no CVS esta semana no DB, DB_DataObject, DBA, HTML_Javascript, HTML_OOH_Form, HTML_QuickForm, Log, Mail_Mime, MDB, Net_NNTP, PEAR_Frontend_Gtk, PECL/soap, PHPUnit, SOAP, XML_Tree e XML_XPath.
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-</body>
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-
-<body>
-<small><i>by Alan Knowles alan_k@php.net (&uuml;bersetzt von Alexander Merz alexmerz(at)php.net)</i></small>
-<p>
-Gro&szlig;e Gesch&auml;ftigkeit im PEAR - trotz der Sommerferien -
-mit 10 'stable'-Releases, 4 'beta'-Releases, und Diskussion angefangen vom PEAR in Gentoo &uuml;ber
-neue Kategorien, vom neue Manual zum 'powered by PEAR'-Icon.
-</p>
-
-<hr>
-
-<h2>Neue Releases</h2>
-
-<h3>Stable</h3>
-<p>
-<b>Log</b> - ein Logging-Framework auf der Basis von Dateien/Syslog/SQL/etc. <br>
-<b>HTML_Table</b> - ein Package um HTML-Tabellen zu erzeugen<br>
-<b>HTML_TreeMenu</b> f&uuml;r die Erzeugung einer baum-&auml;hnlichen Navigation auf HTML-Basis<br>
-<b>Net_POP3</b> f&uuml;r den Zugriff auf POP3 Mailboxen<br>
-<b>Net_Sieve</b> f&uuml;r Kommunikation mit anderen Servern &uuml;ber das SIEVE-Protokoll<br>
-<b>Net_URL</b> f&uuml;r das Auswerten von URLs<br>
-<b>Pager</b> f&uuml;r eine Karteireiter-&auml;hnliche Navigation<br>
-<b>Mail_Mime </b> f&uuml;r den Umgang mir MIME-Nachrichten<br>
-<b>HTTP_Request</b> f&uuml;r das Senden an und Empfangen von Daten eines Server<br>
-<b>File_SearchReplace</b> f&uuml;r Datei-&uuml;bergreifendes Finden und Ersetzen von Zeichenketten<br>
-<b>Mail</b> zum Senden von EMails
-</p>
-
-<h3>Beta</h3>
-<p>
-bcompiler - ein PHP-Bytecode-Compiler (derzeit nur f&uuml;r Klassen)<br>
-PEAR_Frontend_Gtk - das Desktop-Interface f&uuml;r den PEAR-Installer (Start mit 'pear -G', ben&ouml;tigt
-<a href="http://gtk.php.net">PHP-Gtk</a>)<br>
-HTML_Javascript - Mittel f&uuml;r den Umgang mit Javascript<br>
-<b>PHPDoc</b> - Tool zur Erzeugung einer API-Documentation aus dem Source-Code
-</p>
-
-<hr>
-
-<h2>PEAR-DEV Meldungen</h2>
-
-<h3>PEAR und Gentoo</h3>
-<p>
-Gentoo f&uuml;gten einige PEAR-Packages ihrem 'portage'-Verzeichniss hinzu.
-Portage ist das Gentoo-eigene Installationsprogamm.
-Eine Liste der verf&uuml;gbaren Packages befindet sich auf
-<a href="http://www.gentoo.org/packages/dev-php/index.html">Gentoo dev-php</a>.
-</p>
-
-<h3>Die neuen Kategorien PHP und Template</h3>
-<p>
-Im Zusammenhang mit der bcompiler-Einf&uuml;hrung wurde die Kategorie 'PHP' vorgeschlagen.
-Sie w&uuml;rde u.a. die Packages PHPDoc, PHPUnit und bcompiler beinhalten. Diese Packages
-besch&auml;ftigen sich mit dem Parsen, Compiling etc. von PHP.
-Der Vorschlag wurde allgemein angenommen.
-</p>
-<p>
-Der zweiter Vorschlag ist die Einf&uuml;hrung der Kategorie 'Template' z.B f&uuml;r die
-(k&uuml;nftigen) Packages HTML_Template_IT, Template_Flexy und Template_Smart.
-W&auml;hrend der betreffenden Diskussion wurde herausgestellt, dass die genannten Template-Klassen
-auch f&uuml;r andere Dateiarten (z.B. XML, EMails, RTF) geeignet sind.
-Der Vorschlag erhielt drei Pro- und eine Contra-Stimmen.
-</p>
-
-<h3>Die 'Weekly news' und HTML</h3>
-<p>
-Ein Gro&szlig;teil der &Uuml;bersetzter beschwerten sich &uuml;ber das
-durch Mozilla automatisch erzeugte HTML in den 'Weekly News'. Es erschwert die &Uuml;bersetzung
-bei Benutzung von reinen Texteditoren.
-Alan wird zuk&uuml;nftig den erzeugten Code vor dem Commit aufr&auml;umen.
-<p>
-Zus&auml;tzliche &Uuml;bersetzungen gibt es jetzt in brasilianischem Portugiesich
-(Ant&ocirc;nio Carlos Ven&acirc;ncio J&uacute;nio) und Polnisch (Robert Janeczek).
-Die &Uuml;bersetzungen sollen k&uuml;nftig durch die Gettext-Extension von
-PHP vereinfacht werden. Im Moment wird noch auf eine Reaktion des Adminstrators
-des PHP-Webservers hinsichtlich der Installation gewartet .
-</p>
-
-<h3>Smarty und PEAR</h3>
-<p>
-Demn&auml;chst wird <a href="http://smarty.php.net">Smarty</a> als PEAR Package
-verf&uuml;gbar sein, auch wenn es nicht unmittelbar zu PEAR geh&ouml;rt.
-Es sind nur wenige &Auml;nderungen notwendig, um eine problemlose Installation
-zu gew&auml;hrleisten.
-</p>
-
-<h3>PEAR-Package Verschiebungen</h3>
-<p>
-Stig setzte seine Bem&uuml;hungen fort, f&uuml;r den Betrieb des PEAR-Installer nicht
-notwendige Teile aus der PHP-Distribution herauszunehmen.
-Net_SMTP, Net_Curl und Mail befinden sich nun im PEAR-CVS-Verzeichniss.
-Allein die Package-Dateien werden mit PHP 4.3 zum Zweck der Qualti&auml;tsanalyse ausgeliefert.
-</p>
-
-<h3>Wechsel der Datenbank unter DB und MDB plus ODBC Cursor</h3>
-<p>
-W&auml;hrend einer Diskussion, wurde gefragt, wie man die Datenbank unter den
-PEAR Datenbank-Schicht wechselt. Nach einigen Diskussionen wurde folgendes
-genannt:
-
-<pre>
-$db-&gt;disconnect();
-$db = DB::connect($new_dsn);
-</pre>
-</p>
-<p>
-Das ist der empfohlene Weg, solange nicht alle Datenbank-Treiber unter PHP
-die Umschaltung zwischen Datenbanken erlauben.
-Wer eine L&ouml;sung, sprich Patch, f&uuml;r dieses Problem hat, ist wilkommen. Sie sollte
-ber&uuml;cksichtigen, das eben nicht alle Datenbank-Extensions dieses beherrschen.
-Abh&auml;ngig von der Datenbank muss der Treiber dann per Befehl oder eben per
-disconnect() - connect() die Datenbank wechseln.
-Lukas bemerkte, dass MDB damit keine Probleme h&auml;tte.
-</p>
-
-<p>Tomas lies in einer &auml;hnlichen Diskussion durchblicken, dass die Unterst&uuml;tzung von
-ODBC-Cursor geplant sind. Ein entsprechender DSN:
-<pre>odbc://user:pass@ds?cursor_type=SQL_CUR_USE_ODBC</pre>
-</p>
-
-<h3>Developers Guide und PEARdoc2</h3>
-<p>Martin Jansen erg&auml;nzte das PEAR-Manual um eine Einf&uuml;hrung
-f&uuml;r PEAR-Entwickler. Es ist hilfreich bei der L&ouml;sung typischer
-Anfangsprobleme, z.B.: Wie man eine korrekte package.xml erzeugt - oder
-warum es einen "Coding Standard" gibt.
-</p>
-<p>
-W&auml;hrenddessen beendete Alexander Merz seine &Uuml;berarbeitung des
-PEAR-Manuals. Es ist nun wesentlich modularer und einfacher zu erweitern.
-Das 'neue' Manual wird hoffentlich in K&uuml;rze online verf&uuml;gbar sein.
-</p>
-
-<h3>DB_Pager gibt konstante Werte zur&uuml;ck</h3>
-<p>
-Richard Wall sandte einen Patch f&uuml;r DB_Pager::getData(),
-damit es eine konstante Zahl zur&uuml;ckzugibt.
-Derzeit folgt es der Google-Methode - was einige Entwickler irritierte.
-Zuk&uuml;nftig wird es eine 'Entwickler-freundlichere' Version zus&auml;tzlich zu
-derzeitigen Funktion geben.
-</p>
-
-<h3>Sicherheit und Config_DB &nbsp;</h3>
-<p>
-Bertand Mansion stellte fest, dass der Config_DB-Container des
-Config-Packages den DSN (enth&auml;lt u.a. Datenbank-Benutzername und Passwort) einer
-Datenbank-Verbindung ausgibt. Entwickler sollten also darauf achten, in welchen
-Situation die unmittelbare Ausgabe von sicherheitsrelevanten Daten in Fehlermeldungen
-sinnvoll und notwendig ist. Ansonsten kann es zu erheblichen Sicherheitsproblemen kommen.
-</p>
-
-<h3>&Uuml;ergabe "by reference"</h3>
-<p>
-Wer die PHP-Dev-Mailingliste nicht verfolgt:
-es gab zwei interesante Artikel &uuml;ber die &Uuml;bergabe 'by reference'.
-Im Gegensatz zu 'C', ist die &Uuml;bergabe per Referenz bei Zeichenketten und
-Integer-Zahlen langsamer als die &Uuml;bergabe des direkten Wertes.
-Es ist also Vorsicht angesagt, wenn man diese M&ouml;glichkeit in
-geschwindigkeitskritischen Packages verwenden will. Siehe auch
-[<a href="http://www.zend.com/zend/art/ref-count.php">http://www.zend.com/zend/art/ref-count.php</a>] und
-[<a href="http://phplens.com/lens/php-book/optimizing-debugging-php.php">http://phplens.com/lens/php-book/optimizing-debugging-php.php</a>]
-</p>
-
-<h3>OpenOffice und Abiword f&uuml;r die DocBook-Erzeugung</h3>
-<p>
-<a href="http://www.openoffice.org">OpenOffice</a> wird zuk&uuml;nftig die unmittelbare Speicherung in DocBook unterst&uuml;tzen.
-<a href="http://www.abiword.org">Abiword</a> kann Daten nach DocBook konvertieren.
-Unabh&auml;ngig davon sind Emacs, Vim oder jeder andere Texteditor - oder <a href="http://www.softquad.com/">XMetal</a> f&uuml;r
-Windows-Nutzer - die bessere Wahl f&uuml;r Manual-Autoren. In diesem Zusammenhang empfiehlt sich auch ein Blick
-in das "phpdoc how-to" in
-<a href="http://cvs.php.net/co.php/phpdoc/howto/howto.html.tar.gz">http://cvs.php.net/co.php/phpdoc/howto/howto.html.tar.gz</a>
-</p>
-
-<h3>PEAR Snapshots</h3>
-<p>
-Es wurde nach einem verf&uuml;gbarem Snapshot aller PEAR-Packages gefragt.
-Solches wird es seiten der PEAR-Community nicht geben - in Anbetracht der zu erwartenden Gr&ouml;&szlig;e eines
-solchen Snapshots. Wenn jemand einen Service anbieten m&ouml;chte, ist er willkommen.
-Unabh&auml;ngig davon wird es aber ein
-<pre>pear upgrade-all </pre>
-geben, mit dem alle installierten Packages auf den neusten Stand gebracht werden
-k&ouml;nnen.
-</p>
-
-<h3>"Powered by PEAR"</h3>
-<img src="http://pear.php.net/gifs/pear-power.gif" alt="powered by pear" width="88" height="31" hspace="10" align="left">
-Colin Viebrock 'malte' eine Reihe von Grafiken f&uuml;r die eigene 'PEAR-powered'-Homepage.
-Die Datei kann problemlos von
-<a href="http://pear.php.net/gifs/pear-power.gif">http://pear.php.net/gifs/pear-power.gif</a>
-kopiert werden.
-</p>
-
-<h3>Bugs und Fixes</h3>
-<p>Danke an Pawe&#322; Go&#322;aszewski, Matt Allen, James E. Flemer, Tal Peer und Dave Clark f&uuml;r
-Bug-Meldungen und Korrekturen.
-</p>
-
-<hr>
-
-<h2>Package-Vorschl&auml;ge</h2>
-
-
-<h3>Cache_Lite - Der 'SpeedyGonzales'-Cache</h3>
-
-<p>
-Marty Fabien schlug eine auf schnelle Ausf&uuml;hrung bedachte Version der
-existierenden Cache-Klasse - plus Stabilit&auml;t bei NFS und Block-Caching.
-Nach gro&szlig;em Tobowahu mit Vorschl&auml;gen wie 'Cache_Fast', 'Cache_Simple',
-'Cache_HighTraffic', 'Cache_RoadRunner', 'Cache_SpeedyGonzales' und 'Cache_BeepBeep')
-entschlo&szlig; man sich f&uuml;r 'Cache_Lite'.
-Sucht man allerdings nach dem Turbo-Booster f&uuml;r seine Webseite, so sind der
-Zend Cache, PHPAcelerator und APC wohl die sinnvollere Wahl.
-
-<hr>
-<h2>Development </h2>
-
-CVS-Aktivit&auml;ten fanden letzte Woche bei MDB, The PEAR Manual und FAQ, PECL::soap, DB, HTML_Table,XML_CSSML,PHPDoc,Mail,
-HTML_Javascript, Auth_HTTP, PECL::bcompiler, HTML_QuickForm, Config, Log,Auth,
-PEAR_FrontEnd_Gtk, XML_RPC, Net_NNTP statt.
-
-</body></html>
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-<small><i>by Alan Knowles alan_k@php.net</i></small>
-<p>Considering the summer holidays, PEAR has had another extremely busy week
-with 10 stable releases, 4 beta releases, and discussions ranging from PEAR in Gentoo, new categories,
-a new manual, and a powered by PEAR icon.</p>
-
-<hr>
-
-<h2>New Releases</h2>
-
-<h3>Stable</h3>
-<ul>
-<li><b>File_SearchReplace</b> for finding and replacing data within files.</li>
-<li><b>HTTP_Request</b> for posting and getting data from web servers.</li>
-<li><b>HTML_Table</b> for building HTML tables.</li>
-<li><b>HTML_TreeMenu</b> for creating HTML trees for navigation.</li>
-<li><b>Log</b> - a framework for logging to files, syslog, SQL and more.</li>
-<li><b>Mail</b> - the class to send emails.</li>
-<li><b>Mail_Mime</b> for manipulating MIME messages.</li>
-<li><b>Net_POP3</b> for accessing POP3 mailboxes.</li>
-<li><b>Net_Sieve</b> to talk to timsieved servers.</li>
-<li><b>Net_URL</b> for parsing URLs.</li>
-<li><b>Pager</b> for doing tabbed pages.</li>
-</ul>
-
-<h3>Beta</h3>
-<ul>
-<li><b>bcompiler</b> - a php bytecode compiler (at present only for classes).</li>
-<li><b>HTML_Javascript</b> - tools for working with Javascript.</li>
-<li><b>PEAR_Frontend_Gtk</b> - the desktop interface to pear's installer (started by using pear -G, requires <a href="http://gtk.php.net">PHP-Gtk</a>).</li>
-<li><b>PHPDoc</b> - the php comments to javadoc documentation tool.</li>
-</ul>
-
-<hr>
-
-<h2>PEAR-DEV traffic</h2>
-
-<h3>PEAR and Gentoo</h3>
-Gentoo have added some PEAR packages to their portage tree (their package
-installation system). The list of available packages can be read at <a href="http://www.gentoo.org/packages/dev-php/index.html">Gentoo dev-php</a>.
-
-<h3>New Categories PHP, Template</h3>
-Following the introduction of bcompiler,
-it was suggested that a new category &quot;PHP&quot; would be useful, and could contain
-packages like PHPDoc, PHPUnit, and bcompiler, as they are all packages and
-modules that deal with PHP parsing, compiling etc. It was generally accepted
-that this was a reasonable idea. The other suggestion of a Template category,
-for packages like HTML_Template_IT, Template_Flexy, Template_Smart, drew
-some discussion, as it was pointed out that these Template classes, (which
-currently reside under HTML), could be used for other types of Files (eg.
-XML, Email, RTF etc.). The current voting stood as 2-3 for and 1 against.
-
-
-<h3>Weekly news and HTML</h3>
-Most of the translators pointed out that the current 'Mozilla Generated'
-HTML for the weekly news was a bit difficult to translate in Vi/emacs etc
-(as it was a bit messy). Alan agreed to tidy up the HTML before committing.
-More Translations have been added Ant&ocirc;nio Carlos Ven&acirc;ncio
-J&uacute;nior (Brazilian Portuguese) and Robert Janeczek (Polish). The Weekly
-news should be using the gettext extension in php (for the main titles),
-however we are still awaiting confirmation from the webmaster to see if it
-can be made available.
-
-<h3>Smarty and PEAR</h3>
-It was agreed that for the time being <a href="http://smarty.php.net">Smarty</a>
-would be made available as a PEAR package (even though it does not confirm
-to the PEAR standards), and only minor changes would be made to ensure it
-worked smoothly with the PEAR installer.
-
-<h3>PEAR Movements </h3>
-Stig continued to move the non essential parts of PEAR out of the PHP distribution
-(which will eventually only contain enough to get the PEAR packager up and
-going). Net_SMTP, Net_Curl, Mail are now in the main PEAR CVS directory
-(only package files will be distributed with PHP 4.3.0, due for QA testing
-soon).
-
-<h3>Changing Databases in DB and MDB, and ODBC cursors</h3>
-The question was raised about how to switch databases when using PEAR's database
-abstraction layer, after some discussion the current suggestion is to use
-
-<pre>$db-&gt;disconnect();<br>$db = DB::connect($new_dsn);</pre>
-This is the recommended way, as not all database backends (at the PHP level),
-can support switching databases, however anyone who wants to implement a solution
-that provides switching (for databases that support it), and disconnecting
-(for those that do not) is welcome to send patches. Lukas commented that he
-believed MDB should handle it ok.<br>
-In a related mater, Tomas indicated that he will be adding ODBC cursor support to the dsn format for example.
-<pre>odbc://user:pass@ds?cursor_type=SQL_CUR_USE_ODBC</pre>
-
-<h3>Developers Guide and PEARdoc2</h3>
-Martin Jansen added a new developers guide to the PEAR Manual,
-to help answer those developer questions that crop up often - like
-&quot;How do I write a package file?&quot; and &quot;Why is there is a
-coding standard?&quot;. Meanwhile Alexander completed his revision of
-the PEAR manual, making it more modular, and easier to extend, expect
-to see a brand new manual online very soon.
-
-<h3>DB_Pager returning constant results</h3>
-Richard Wall sent in a patch to make DB_Pager::getData() return a constant
-number, as it currently followed the Google method, which was a bit confusing
-for some people. It was generally agreed to make the new 'developer friendly
-version' available as an extra to the current default method.
-
-<h3>Security and Config_DB</h3>
-It was noticed by Bertand Mansion, that the Config_DB Container of the Config
-package printed out the DSN (database username, password, etc.) when certain
-errors occurred, this was not a particular desirable effect, and it was noted
-that developers should be careful about displaying error messages with passwords
-in.
-
-<h3>Passing by reference</h3>
-For those not following php-dev@lists.php.net, two interesting articles were mentioned
-regarding speed of passing by reference, - unlike C, PHP is actually
-slower when passing (strings and integers) by reference - so be a little careful
-using this feature on packages that need to be performance tuned. References:
-[<a href="http://www.zend.com/zend/art/ref-count.php">http://www.zend.com/zend/art/ref-count.php</a>] and [<a href="http://phplens.com/lens/php-book/optimizing-debugging-php.php">http://phplens.com/lens/php-book/optimizing-debugging-php.php</a>].
-
-<h3>Open office and Abiword for writing docbook</h3>
-It was mentioned that <a href="http://www.openoffice.org">Open office</a> was considering adding a docbook editing mode, and <a href="http://www.abiword.org">AbiWord</a>
-could export to docbook, however neither of these are 'fully working solutions',
-and at present the best bet is still emacs, vim or a alternative text editor or
-<a href="http://www.softquad.com/">XMetal</a> for windows users.
-Suggested reading for authors is the phpdoc how-to available at <a href="http://cvs.php.net/co.php/phpdoc/howto/howto.html.tar.gz">http://cvs.php.net/co.php/phpdoc/howto/howto.html.tar.gz</a>.
-
-<h3>PEAR Snapshots</h3>
-It was asked if a snapshot of all PEAR packages could be made available.
-In general, however the PEAR community doesn't really see the value in doing
-this (due to the large size that PEAR will probably end up), however if somebody
-wishes to make their own snapshots, they are welcome. As a result however
-it was planned to add:
-<pre>pear upgrade-all</pre>
-Which would update all installed packages to the latest versions.
-
-<h3>Powered by PEAR</h3>
-<img src="/gifs/pear-power.gif" alt="powered by pear" width="88" height="31" hspace="10" align="left">
-Colin Viebrock added a new powered by PEAR icon to use on your PEAR powered sites. You can download it from
-<a href="http://pear.php.net/gifs/pear-power.gif">http://pear.php.net/gifs/pear-power.gif</a>.
-
-<h3>Bugs and Fixes</h3>
-Thanks to Pawe&#322; Go&#322;aszewski, Matt Allen, James E. Flemer, Tal Peer and Dave Clark for spotting bugs and some fixes.
-
-<hr>
-
-<h2>Proposed Packages</h2>
-
-<h3>Cache_Lite - SpeedyGonzales's Caching.</h3>
-Marty Fabien Proposed a cut down version of the Cache class, which focused
-on performance (in a single class), NFS safety and block caching. After much
-discussion over the naming (including suggestions like Cache_Fast, Cache_Simple,
-Cache_HighTraffic, Cache_RoadRunner, Cache_SpeedyGonzales and Cache_BeepBeep),
-Cache_Lite was settled on. It was noted that accelerators like Zends, PHPAcelerator
-and APC would also make a considerable difference if you are going for speed/performance.
-
-<hr>
-
-<h2>Development</h2>
-Active this week in CVS: MDB, The PEAR manual and FAQ, PECL::soap, DB, HTML_Table, XML_CSSML, PHPDoc, Mail,
-HTML_Javascript, Auth_HTTP, PECL::bcompiler, HTML_QuickForm, Config, Log, Auth,
-PEAR_FrontEnd_Gtk, XML_RPC and Net_NNTP.
-
-<br>
-</body></html>
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-<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN">
-<html>
-<head>
- <title>x</title>
-</head>
- <body>
- <small><i>by Alan Knowles alan_k@php.net </i></small><small><i>transalted
- by Pierre-Alain Joye paj@pearfr.org</i></small><br>
-
-<p>En consid&eacute;rant les vacances estivales, PEAR a v&eacute;cu une autre
- semaine tr&egrave;s active avec 2 sorties stables, 3 versions beta, des
-discussions autour de PEAR dans Gentoo, de nouvelles cat&eacute;gories,
-un nouveau manuel et un logo "Powered by PEAR".<br>
- </p>
-
-<hr>
-<h2>Nouvelles Sorties</h2>
-
-<h3>Stable</h3>
- Log - Un 'framework' pour 'loger' dans un fichier, via syslog,&nbsp;
-SQL ou plus encore.<br>
- HTML_Table - Un module de construction de table HTML.
-<h3>Beta</h3>
- bcompile - Un compilateur bytecode pout php (pour l'instant seulement pour
- les classes).<br>
-PEAR_Frontend_Gtk - l'interface graphique pour l'installeur pear (lancer
-avec pear -G, n&eacute;cessite&nbsp;<a href="http://gtk.php.net">PHP-Gtk</a>),
-HTML_Javascript, des outils pour travailler avec Javascript.<br>
- <br>
-
-<hr>
-<h2>Trafic de PEAR-DEV</h2>
-
-<h3>PEAR et Gentoo</h3>
-
-<p>Gentoo a int&eacute;gr&eacute; quelques modules PEAR dans Portage (syst&egrave;me
- de gestion des modules de Gentoo). La liste de ceux-ci est consultable sur
-<a href="http://www.gentoo.org/packages/dev-php/index.html">Gentoo dev-php</a>.
- <br>
- </p>
-
-<h3>Nouvelles Cat&eacute;gories PHP, Template</h3>
-
-<p>Suivant l'introduction de bcompiler, il f&ucirc;t sugg&eacute;rer qu'une
- nouvelle cat&eacute;gorie 'PHP' (ndt: dans l'arborescence des packages PEAR)
- pourrait &ecirc;tre tr&egrave;s utile. Elle pourrait contenir des packages
-comme PHPDoc, PHPUnit et bcompiler, &eacute;tant tous des packages qui parsent,
- compilent, testent des scripts PHP. Cette proposition f&ucirc;t, de mani&egrave;re
- g&eacute;n&eacute;rale, bien accept&eacute;e et consid&eacute;r&eacute;e
-comme raisonnable.<br>
- L'autre suggestion, Template, serait destin&eacute;e pour des packages
-comme HTML_Template_IT, Template_Flexy, Template_Smart. Ces packages, r&eacute;sidant
- actuellement sous HTML, peuvent servir pour d'autres types de fichiers (XML,
- Email, RTF, ...) que l'HTML, les votes stopp&egrave;rent sur 2-3 pour, et
-un contre.<br>
- </p>
-
-<h3>Nouvelles hebdomadaires et HTML</h3>
-
-<p>La plupart des traducteurs ont signal&eacute; que le format HTML g&eacute;n&eacute;r&eacute;
-par Mozilla pour les weekly news rendait la traduction difficile dans des
-&eacute;diteurs tels Vi/emacs, etc... Alan accepta de nettoyer &nbsp;le code
-avant de le publier sur le cvs. Deux traductions ont &eacute;t&eacute; ajout&eacute;es:
-&nbsp;Ant&ocirc;nio Carlos Ven&acirc;ncio J&uacute;nio (Brazilian Portuguese)
-and Robert Janeczek (Polish). &nbsp;Les weekly news devrait utiliser gettext
-(pour les titres principaux), cependant nous sommes toujours en attente d'une
-confirmation des webmestres sur sa disponibilit&eacute;.<br>
- </p>
-
-<h3>Smarty and PEAR</h3>
-
-<p>Il est clair que <a href="http://smarty.php.net">Smarty</a> doit &ecirc;tre
-disponible en tant que package PEAR, (sans m&ecirc;me respecter les standarts
-PEAR) et seuls quelques changements mineurs le ferait fonctionner en toute
-transparence avec l'installeur de PEAR.<br>
- </p>
-
-<h3>PEAR Movements </h3>
-
-<p>Stig continue de d&eacute;placer les parties non essentielles de PEAR hors
-de la distribution PHP (laquelle pourrait contenir juste assez pour charger
-le 'packager' pear et continuer).<br>
- Net_SMTP, Net_Curl, Mail sont maintenant dans le cvs principal de PEAR (seule
-le package file va &ecirc;tre distribu&eacute; avec PHP-4.3, le QA va avoir
-lieu bient&ocirc;t).<br>
- </p>
-
-<h3>Changing Databases in DB and MDB, and ODBC cursors</h3>
-
-<p>La question du changement de bases de donn&eacute;es en utilisant la couche
-d'abstratction de PEAR a &eacute;t&eacute; soulev&eacute;e, apr&egrave;s discussion,
-la m&eacute;thode sugg&eacute;r&eacute;e est la suivante :<br>
- </p>
-
-<pre>$db-&gt;disconnect();<br>$db = DB::connect($new_dsn);</pre>
-
-<p>Ceci est la m&eacute;thode recommand&eacute;e, comme tous les syst&egrave;mes
-de bases de donn&eacute;es ne supportent pas le changement &nbsp;(au niveau
-de php) de bases. A ce propos, si quelqu'un veut impl&eacute;menter une solution
-de changement de bases (pour celles qui le supportent), &nbsp;de d&eacute;connection
-(pour les autres), est le bienvenue pour envoyer les patches.</p>
-<p> Lukas nous signala que MDB le g&egrave;re correctement (ndt: Manuel confirma
-la m&eacute;thode utilis&eacute;e, d&eacute;connection et reconnection).<br>
- </p>
-
-<p>Sur le m&ecirc;me sujet, Tomas (ndt: Tomas V. Cox) indica qu'il d&eacute;sirait
-ajouter le support des curseurs dans le format DSN pour ODBC, par exemple
-: </p>
-
-<pre>odbc://user:pass@ds?cursor_type=SQL_CUR_USE_ODBC</pre>
-
-<h3>Guide du d&eacute;velopeur et PEARdoc2</h3>
-
-<p>Martin Jansen a ajout&eacute; un nouveau guide du d&eacute;velopeur dans
-le manuel de PEAR, ceci afin d'aider &agrave; r&eacute;pondre rapidement aux
-question fr&eacute;quentes des d&eacute;velopeurs. Ce guide inclut, par exemple,
-comment &eacute;crire le fichier de d&eacute;finition d'un package (package.xml)
-et pourquoi les standarts de codage existent.<br>
- Alexander a termin&eacute; la r&eacute;vision compl&egrave;te du manuel
-de PEAR, le rendant plus modulaire et plus ais&eacute; &agrave; &eacute;tendre,
-attendez vous &agrave; voir un tout nouveau manuel en ligne tr&egrave;s bient&ocirc;t.<br>
- </p>
-
-<p> </p>
-
-<h3>DB_Pager retourne des r&eacute;sultats constants</h3>
-
-<p>Richard Wall envoya un patch pour permettre &agrave; DB_Pager::getData()
-&nbsp;de retourner un nombre constant de pages, actuellement la m&eacute;thode
-de Google est appliq&eacute;e . Il f&ucirc;t d&eacute;cid&eacute; de rendre
-la nouvelle version 'user friendly' (ndt: je vous laisse traduire :) ) en
-ajoutant une option suppl&eacute;mentaire &agrave; la m&eacute;thode actuelle.<br>
- </p>
-
-<h3>S&eacute;curit&eacute; et Config_DB</h3>
-
-<p> Bertand Mansion signala que Config_DB, contain&egrave;re du package Config,
-&eacute;crivait le DSN complet (Database username,password etc.) quand certaines
-erreurs apparaissait, ce n'est pas un effet tr&egrave;s &nbsp;d&eacute;sir&eacute;.
-L'attention des d&eacute;velopeurs f&ucirc;t attir&eacute;e sur le fait d'imprimer
-des messages d'erreurs incluant les mots de passes et autres donn&eacute;es
-sensibles n'&eacute;tait pas souhaitable.<br>
- </p>
-
-<h3>Passage par r&eacute;f&eacute;rence</h3>
-
-<p>Pour ceux qui ne suivent pas PHP-DEV, deux articles int&eacute;ressants,
-concernant la rapidit&eacute; de php pour le passage par r&eacute;f&eacute;rence,
-ont &eacute;t&eacute; signal&eacute;s. Contrairement au C, php est actuellement
-plus lent pour le passage de cha&icirc;nes ou d'entiers par r&eacute;f&eacute;rence,
-&nbsp;soyez donc attentifs &agrave; cette fonctionnalit&eacute; dans les packages
-n&eacute;cessitant des performances sp&eacute;ciales.<br>
- R&eacute;f&eacute;rences :[<a
- href="http://www.zend.com/zend/art/ref-count.php">http://www.zend.com/zend/art/ref-count.php</a>]
- and [<a
- href="http://phplens.com/lens/php-book/optimizing-debugging-php.php">http://phplens.com/lens/php-book/optimizing-debugging-php.php</a>]
- </p>
-
-<h3>OpenOffice et pour &eacute;crire dans le format docbook</h3>
-
-<p><a href="http://www.openoffice.org">Open office</a> envisage d'ajouter
-le format docbook pour le mode &eacute;dition, et&nbsp; <a
- href="http://www.abiword.org">abiword</a> peut exporter vers le format docbook,
-en l'&eacute;tat, aucune de ces deux solutions n'est pleinement satisfaisante.
-Actuellement, les meilleurs r&eacute;sultats sont obtenus par des &eacute;diteurs
-du type Vi, emacs ou n'importe quel autre &eacute;diteur text, ou, pour les
-utilisateurs Windows, XMetal. Lecture recommand&eacute;e pour les auteurs,
-le php-doc how-to : <a
- href="http://cvs.php.net/co.php/phpdoc/howto/howto.html.tar.gz">http://cvs.php.net/co.php/phpdoc/howto/howto.html.tar.gz</a>
- </p>
-
-<h3>PEAR Snapshots</h3>
-
-<p>Quelqu'un demanda si des snapshots de tous les packages de PEAR pourraient
-&ecirc;tre disponbile. En g&eacute;n&eacute;ral, il y a relativement peu d'int&eacute;r&ecirc;t
-&agrave; le faire (d&ucirc; &agrave; la grande taille que pear devrait propablement
-atteindre), a noter que si quelqu'un veut le mettre en place, il est le bienvenue.
-Afin de fournir une solution proche et viable, la commande suivante devrait
-&ecirc;tre ajout&eacute; (ndt: d&eacute;j&agrave; disponible sur le cvs):<br>
- </p>
-
-<pre>pear upgrade-all </pre>
-
-<p>laquelle mettra &agrave; jour l'ensemble des packages install&eacute;s
-vers la nouvelle version. </p>
-
-<h3>Powered by PEAR</h3>
- <img src="http://pear.php.net/gifs/pear-power.gif"
- alt="powered by pear" width="88" height="31" hspace="10" align="left">
- Colin Viebrock a ajout&eacute; un nouveau logo 'powered by PEAR' sur
-vos sites utilisant pear, vous pouvez le t&eacute;l&eacute;charger sur depuis
-: <a href="http://pear.php.net/gifs/pear-power.gif">http://pear.php.net/gifs/pear-power.gif<br>
- </a>ou <a href="http://pear.php.net/gifs/pear-power.png">http://pear.php.net/gifs/pear-power.png</a><br>
-
-<h3><br>
- </h3>
-
-<h3>Bugs et Fixes</h3>
-
-<p>Merci &agrave; Pawe&#322; Go&#322;aszewski, Matt Allen, James E. Flemer, Tal Peer
-and Dave Clark pour avoir mis aux jours quelques bugs et corrections.
-</p>
-
-<hr>
-<h2>Packages propos&eacute;s:</h2>
-
-<h3>Cache_Lite - Cache SpeedyGonzales.</h3>
-
-<p>Fabien Marty proposa une version &eacute;dulcor&eacute; de la classe Cache,
-avec comme but principal les perfomances (dans une classe unique), fonctionnement
-s&ucirc;re sous NFS et mise en cache de blocks. Ap&egrave;es une &acirc;pre
-discussion sur le nom &agrave; lui donner (inclut des suggestions comme Cache_Fast,
- Cache_Simple, Cache_HighTraffic, Cache_RoadRunner,&nbsp; Cache_SpeedyGonzales
- and&nbsp; Cache_BeepBeep), Cache_Lite f&ucirc;t choisi. A noter que des
-solutions comme Zend Accelerator, PHPAccelerator et APC peuvent apporter
-beaucoup si vos priorit&eacute;s sont la vitesse et la performance.<br>
- </p>
-
-<hr>
-<h2>D&eacute;velopement </h2>
- Actifs cette semaine sur le cvs : CVS: MDB, The Pear manual and FAQ,
-PECL::soap, DB, HTML_Table,XML_CSSML,PHPDoc,Mail, HTML_Javascript, Auth_HTTP,
-PECL::bcompiler, HTML_QuickForm, Config, Log,Auth, PEAR_FrontEnd_Gtk, XML_RPC,
-Net_NNTP. <br>
- <br>
- <br>
- <br>
-</body>
-</html>
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-<html><head><META http-equiv=content-type content="text/html; charset=iso-8859-2"><title>x</title></head>
-
-<body>
-<small><i>autor: Alan Knowles alan_k@php.net (tłumaczenie: Robert Janeczek rashid@php.net)</i></small>
-<p>
-Biorąc pod uwagę, że trwają wakacje, w PEAR działo się bardzo wiele w tym tygodniu - 10 wydań stabilnych, 4 bety i
-dyskusje o PEAR w Gentoo, nowych kategoriach, nowej dokumentacji i ikonce powered by PEAR.
-
-<hr>
-
-<h2>Nowe wydania</h2>
-
-<h3>Stabilne</h3>
-<b>Log</b> - narzędzia do logowania do plików, logów systemowych, SQL i innych,
-<b>HTML_Table</b> do tworzenia tabel HTML,
-<b>HTML_TreeMenu</b> do tworzenia drzew HTML do nawigacji,
-<b>Net_POP3</b> do dostępu do skrzynek POP3,
-<b>Net_Sieve</b> do komunikacji z serwerami timsieve,
-<b>Net_URL</b> do parsowania URL`i,
-<b>Pager</b> do tworzenia stron dzielonych,
-<b>Mail_Mime</b> do manipulacji wiadomościami Mime,
-<b>HTTP_Request</b> do wysyłania i pobierania danych z serwerów web,
-<b>File_SearchReplace</b> do znajdywania i zastępowania danych w plikach,
-<b>Mail</b> do wysyłania emaili.
-
-<h3>Beta</h3>
-<b>bcompiler</b> - kompilator do kodu bajtowego (obecnie tylko dla klas),
-<b>PEAR_Frontend_Gtk</b> - interfejs graficzny dla instalatora PEAR
-(uruchamiane opcją pear -G, wymaga <a href="http://gtk.php.net">PHP-Gtk</a>),
-<b>HTML_Javascript</b> - narzędzia do pracy z JavaScriptem
-<b>PHPDoc</b> - odpowiedź PHP na javadoc,
-
-
-<hr>
-
-<h2>Skrót z PEAR-DEV</h2>
-
-<h3>PEAR i Gentoo</h3>
-<p>
-Gentoo dodało kilka pakietów PEAR do swojego drzewa (ich systemu do instalacji pakietów). Listę dostępnych pakietów można przeczytać tu: <a href="http://www.gentoo.org/packages/dev-php/index.html">Gentoo dev-php</a>.
-
-
-<h3>Nowe kategorie PHP, Template</h3>
-<p>Po wprowadzeniu klasy bcompiler
-zasugerowano, że nowa kategoria PHP byłaby użyteczna i mogłaby zawierać
-pakiety takie jak PHPDoc, PHPUnit i bcompiler, jako że są to pakiety i
-moduły, które mają do czynienia z parsowaniem PHP, kompitowaniem itp. Pomysł
-został zaakceptowany. Inna propozycja to kategoria Template dla pakietów
-takich jak HTML_Template_IT, Template_Flexy, Template_Smart - wynikła dyskusja,
-jako że klasy do obróbki template`ów (które obecnie umieszczone są pod HTML)
-mogą być używane z innymi typami plików (np. XML, Enail, RTF itp.). Obecnie głosowanie
-stanęło na 2-3 za i 1 przeciw.<br>
-
-
-<h3>Weekly news i HTML</h3>
-<p>Większość tłumaczy poinformowała, że obecny wygenerowany przez Mozillę HTML na potrzeby
-weekly news jest dosyć trudny do tłumaczenia w Vi/Emacsie itp. (nieco bałaganiarski).
-Alan zgodził się nieco upiększyć HTML przed wysyłaniem. Dodano nowe tłumaczenia:
- &nbsp;Ant&ocirc;nio Carlos Ven&acirc;ncioJ&uacute;nio (brazylijska odmiana portugalskiego)
-i Robert Janeczek (polski). Weekly news powinno używać rozszerzenia gettext (nagłówki),
-jednakże ciągle czekamy na potwierdzenie od webmastera, że jest to możliwe.
-
-<h3>Smarty i PEAR</h3>
-<p>Podjęto decyzję, że za jakiś czas <a href="http://smarty.php.net">Smarty</a>
-będzie dostępny jako pakiet PEAR, (nawet mimo niespełniania standardów PEAR),
-i tylko małe zmiany będą wprowadzone, żeby zapewnić sprawną współpracę z
-instalatorem PEAR.
-
-<h3>Zmiany w PEAR</h3>
-<p>Stig kontynuuje prace nad przenoszeniem niepodstawowych części PEAR z dystrybucji PHP,
-(która będzie zawierać tylko tyle, żeby pobrać menagera pakietów PEAR gotowego do działania).
- Net_SMTP, Net_Curl, Mail są teraz w głównej części katalogu PEAR w cvs.
-(tylko pliki pakietów będą dystrybuowane razem z PHP-4.3, ze względu na nadchodzące testy).
-
-<h3>Zmienianie aktywnej bazy danych w DB i MDB oraz kursory ODBC</h3>
-<p>Pojawiło się pytanie jak zmieniać bazę danych przy użyciu warstwy dostępu do bazy z PEAR,
-po krótkiej dyskusji obecną sugestią jest:
-
-<pre>$db-&gt;disconnect();
-$db = DB::connect($new_dsn);</pre>
-<p>To jest zalecany sposób, bo nie wszystkie bazy danych (na poziomie PHP) wspomagają
-zmianę bazy danych, mimo tego jeśli ktoś chce zaimplemetować rozwiązanie tego problemu bez rozłączania
-(dla baz, które to wspierają) i z rozłączaniem (dla pozostałych), to jest proszony
-o nadsyłanie patch`y. Lukas stwierdził, że MDB prawdopodobnie będzie obsługiwać to prawidłowo.
-<p>Pozostając w temacie baz danych, Tomas poinformował, że doda obsługę kursorów ODBC
-przy formatowaniu dsn, np.:
-<pre>odbc://user:pass@ds?cursor_type=SQL_CUR_USE_ODBC</pre>
-
-
-<h3>Przewodnik programisty i PEARdoc2</h3>
-<p>Martin Jansen dodał nowy przewodnik programisty do dokumentacji PEAR,
-żeby pomóc odpowiedzieć na pytania tych programistów, którzy często nie wiedzą
-jak napisać plik opisowy pakietu, czy dlaczego powstał standard kodowania...W
-międzyczasie Alexander skończył przegląd dokumentacji, przerobił ją na bardziej modularną i
-łatwiejszą do rozbudowywania - spodziewajcie się zupełnie nowej dokumentacji już niedługo
-w sieci.
-
-<h3>DB_Pager zwracający stałe wyniki</h3>
-<p>Richard Wall przysłał patcha, żeby DB_Pager::getData() mogł zwracać stałą
-liczbę, jako że obecnie praktykowana metoda rodem z Google jest nieco
-dziwna dla niektórych osób. Zgodzono się udostępnić wersję przyjazną dla programistów
-jako dodatek do aktualnej domyślnej metody.
-
-<h3>Bezpieczeństwo i Config_DB &nbsp;</h3>
-<p>Bertand Mansion poinformował, że kontener Config_DB z pakietu Config
-drukował DSN (nazwę użytkownika, hasło itp.) w przypadku niektórych błędów,
-co nie jest pożądanym efektem i wskazujemy, że programiści powinni być ostrożni
-w przypadku drukowania komunikatów o błędach z hasłami wewnątrz nich.
-
-<h3>Przekazywanie przez referencję</h3>
-<p>Dla osób nie śledzących PHP-DEV, dwa interesujące artykuły zostały przywołane w
-sprawie wydajności przekazywania przez referencję - w przeciwieństwie do C, PHP jest
-wolniejszy kiedy przekazujemy (stringi i integery) przez referencję, więc bądźcie
-ostrożni przy korzystaniu z tej możliwości w pakietach, które wymagają
-dobrej wydajności. Odnośniki:
-[<a href="http://www.zend.com/zend/art/ref-count.php">http://www.zend.com/zend/art/ref-count.php</a>] i [<a href="http://phplens.com/lens/php-book/optimizing-debugging-php.php">http://phplens.com/lens/php-book/optimizing-debugging-php.php</a>]
-
-
-
-<h3>Open office i Abiword a zapisywanie w docbook</h3>
-<p>Wspomniano, że <a href="http://www.openoffice.org">Open office</a> rozważa dodanie obsługi edycji docbook`ów a <a href="http://www.abiword.org">abiword</a>
-może eksportować do docbook`a, jednakże żadne z tych rozwiązań nie jest w pełni działające i
-obecnie najlepszym wyborem jest wciąż emacs, vim albo inny edytor tekstowy text editor oraz <a href="http://www.softquad.com/">XMetal</a> dla użytkowników Windows.
-Sugerowana lektura dla autorów to phpdoc how-to dostępne tu:<a href="http://cvs.php.net/co.php/phpdoc/howto/howto.html.tar.gz">http://cvs.php.net/co.php/phpdoc/howto/howto.html.tar.gz</a>
-
-
-<h3>Zrzuty PEAR</h3>
-<p>Spytano, czy jest możliwe dodanie opcji dokonania zrzutu wszystkich pakietów PEAR.
-Jakkolwiek społeczność PEAR nie widzi sensu w takich działaniach
-(ze względu na rozmiary, do jakich PEAR prawdopodobnie dojdzie), to jednak jeśli ktoś
-chce takie coś zrobić, to proszę bardzo. W wyniku tej dyskusji zaplanowano
-dodanie
-<pre>pear upgrade-all </pre>
-<p>co powinno auaktualniać wszytkie zainstalowane pakiety do najnowszych wersji.
-
-
-<h3>Powered by PEAR</h3>
-<img src="http://pear.php.net/gifs/pear-power.gif" alt="powered by pear" width="88" height="31" hspace="10" align="left">
-Colin Viebrock stworzył nową ikonkę powered by PEAR do użytku na stronach pracujących w oparciu o PEAR, możecie ściągnąć ją stąd:
-<a href="http://pear.php.net/gifs/pear-power.gif">http://pear.php.net/gifs/pear-power.gif</a>
-
-
-<h3>Bugi i poprawki</h3>
-<p>Dzięki za znajdywanie błędów i pare poprawek otrzymują Pawe&#322; Go&#322;aszewski, Matt Allen, James E. Flemer, Tal Peer and Dave Clark
-
-
-<hr>
-
-<h2>Propozycje pakietów:</h2>
-
-
-<h3>Cache_Lite - cache`owanie z prędkością Speed'ego Gonzales'a.</h3>
-
-<p>Marty Fabien zaproponował nową wersję klasy Caches, której celem będzie
-maksymalna wydajność (w jednej klasie), bezpieczeństwo NFS i cache'owanie blokowe. Po
-długiej dyskusji nad nazewnictwem (padły sugestie takie jak: Cache_Fast, Cache_Simple,
-Cache_HighTraffic, Cache_RoadRunner, Cache_SpeedyGonzales and Cache_BeepBeep), ustalono
-Cache_Lite jako nazwę. Wspomniano, że akceleratory takie jak Zendowy, PHPAcelerator
-i APC też wprowadziłyby znaczącą różnicę jeśli chodzi o prędkość/wydajność.
-
-<hr>
-<h2>Rozwój </h2>
-
-
-Ruch w CVS w tym tygodniu odbywał się w następujących pakietach: MDB, The Pear manual and FAQ, PECL::soap, DB, HTML_Table,XML_CSSML,PHPDoc,Mail,
-HTML_Javascript, Auth_HTTP, PECL::bcompiler, HTML_QuickForm, Config, Log,Auth,
-PEAR_FrontEnd_Gtk, XML_RPC, Net_NNTP.
-
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-<small><i>por Alan Knowles alan_k@php.net (traduzido por Ant&ocirc;nio Carlos Ven&acirc;ncio J&uacute;nior - floripa arroba php.net)</i></small>
-<p>Considerando as f&eacute;rias de ver&atilde;o (Europa/EUA), o PEAR teve mais uma semana extremamente cheia com 10 novos lan&ccedil;amentos est&aacute;veis, 4 lan&ccedil;amentos beta e discuss&otilde;es sobre o PEAR no Gentoo, novas categorias, um novo manual e um &iacute;cone "Powered by PEAR".</p>
-
-<hr>
-
-<h2>Novos Lan&ccedil;amentos</h2>
-
-<h3>Est&aacute;vel</h3>
-<ul>
-<li><b>File_SearchReplace</b> para encontrar e substituir dados dentro de arquivos.</li>
-<li><b>HTTP_Request</b> para postar e receber dados de servidores web.</li>
-<li><b>HTML_Table</b> para montar tabelas em HTML.</li>
-<li><b>HTML_TreeMenu</b> para criar arvores em HTML para navega&ccedil;&atilde;o.</li>
-<li><b>Log</b> - um framework para logar para arquivos, syslog, SQL, etc.</li>
-<li><b>Mail</b> - a classe para enviar e-mails.</li>
-<li><b>Mail_Mime</b> para manipular mensagens MIME.</li>
-<li><b>Net_POP3</b> para acessar caixas de correio POP3.</li>
-<li><b>Net_Sieve</b> para conversar com servidores "timsieved".</li>
-<li><b>Net_URL</b> para analisar URLs.</li>
-<li><b>Pager</b> para fazer pagina&ccedil;&atilde;o.</li>
-</ul>
-
-<h3>Beta</h3>
-<ul>
-<li><b>bcompiler</b> - um compilador de PHP bytecode (no momento apenas para classes).</li>
-<li><b>HTML_Javascript</b> - ferramentas para trabalhar com Javascript.</li>
-<li><b>PEAR_Frontend_Gtk</b> - a interface de desktop para o instalador do PEAR (inicializado com pear -G e requer o <a href="http://gtk.php.net">PHP-Gtk</a>).</li>
-<li><b>PHPDoc</b> - ferramenta de documenta&ccedil;&atilde;o via coment&aacute;rios.</li>
-</ul>
-
-<hr>
-
-<h2>Tr&aacute;fego na lista PEAR-DEV</h2>
-
-<h3>PEAR e Gentoo</h3>
-Gentoo adicionou alguns pacotes do PEAR ao seu portage tree (o sistema de instala&ccedil;&atilde;o de pacotes). A lista de pacotes dispon&iacute;veis podem ser vistas em <a href="http://www.gentoo.org/packages/dev-php/index.html">Gentoo dev-php</a>.
-
-
-<h3>Novas Categorias: PHP e Template</h3>
-Seguindo a introdu&ccedil;&atilde;o do bcompiler, foi sugerido que uma categoria PHP seria &uacute;til e poderia conter pacotes como PHPDoc, PHPUnit e bcompiler, j&aacute; que eles s&atilde;o todos pacotes e m&oacute;dulos que tratam de an&aacute;lise gramatical, compila&ccedil;&atilde;o, etc. Foi aceito que esta &eacute; uma id&eacute;ia razo&aacute;vel. A outra sugest&atilde;o sobre a categoria Template, para pacotes como HTML_Template_IT, Template_Flexy, Template_Smart, levaram a alguma discuss&atilde;o e foi indicado que estas classes de Template (as quais residem sobre o HTML) poderiam ser usadas para outros tipos de arquivos (XML, Email, RTF, etc). O estado atual da vota&ccedil;&atilde;o est&aacute; 2-3 votos a favor e 1 contra.
-
-<h3>Not&iacute;cias Semanais e HTML</h3>
-A maioria dos tradutores indicaram que o HTML atual 'gerado pelo Mozilla' para as not&iacute;cias semanais estava um pouco dif&iacute;cil para traduzir no vi, emacs, etc (j&aacute; que ele estava um pouco 'sujo'). Alan concordou em arrumar o HTML antes de envi&aacute;-lo. Mais tradu&ccedil;&otilde;es foram adicionadas: Ant&ocirc;nio Carlos Ven&acirc;ncio J&uacute;nior (Portugu&ecirc;s Brasileiro) e Robert Janeczek (Polon&ecirc;s). O PWN deve estar usando a extens&atilde;o do gettext no PHP (para os t&iacute;tulos principais), mas estamos esperando a confirma&ccedil;&atilde;o do webmaster para saber se isto pode ser disponibilizado.
-
-<h3>Smarty e PEAR</h3>
-Foi concordado que ja &eacute; hora do <a href="http://smarty.php.net">Smarty</a> estar dispon&iacute;vel como um pacote do PEAR (mesmo se ele n&atilde;o sequir os padr&otilde;es do PEAR) e apenas pequenas mudan&ccedil;as seriam feitas para garantir que ele funcione corretamente com o instalador do PEAR.
-
-<h3>Movimenta&ccedil;&otilde;es no PEAR</h3>
-Stig continuou a remover partes n&atilde;o essenciais do PEAR da distribui&ccedil;&atilde;o do PHP (a qual eventualmente conter&aacute; o suficiente para deixar o PEAR packager funcionando). O Net_SMTP, Net_Curl e o Mail est&atilde;o agora no diret&oacute;rio principal do PEAR no CVS (apenas arquivos de pacotes ser&atilde;o distribu&iacute;dos com o PHP-4.3 devido a um teste de QA que ser&aacute; realizado em breve).
-
-<h3>Trocando Banco de Dados no DB, MDB e ODBC</h3>
-A quest&atilde;o surgiu sobre como trocar de banco de dados quando usando a camada de abstra&ccedil;&atilde;o de banco de dados do PEAR. Ap&oacute;s algumas discuss&otilde;es a sugest&atilde;o atual &eacute; usar:
-
-<pre>
-$db-&gt;disconnect();
-$db = DB::connect($new_dsn);
-</pre>
-
-Esta &eacute; a forma recomendada, j&aacute; que nem todos os backends de banco de dados (ao n&iacute;vel do PHP) suportam trocar de banco de dados, entretanto algu&eacute;m que queira implementar tal solu&ccedil;&atilde;o que permite a troca (para banco de dados que suportam) e desconectando (para os que deixam) &eacute; bem-vindo para mandar patches. Lukas comentou que ele acredita que o MDB pode lidar com isto.<br>
-Num t&oacute;pico parecido, Tomas indicou que ele estar&aacute; adicionando suporte a um cursor ODBC para o formato do dsn para o exemplo:
-<pre>odbc://user:pass@ds?cursor_type=SQL_CUR_USE_ODBC</pre>
-
-<h3>Guia para Desenvolvedores e PEARdoc2</h3>
-Martin Jansen adicionou um novo guia para os desenvolvedores que foi adicionado ao Manual do PEAR, para ajudar a responder aquelas d&uacute;vidas dos desenvolvedores que aparecem frequentemente, do tipo: "Como eu escrevo um arquivo de pacot?" e "Porque existe um padr&atilde;o de programa&ccedil;&atilde;o?". Enquanto isso, Alexander completou sua revis&atilde;o do manual do PEAR, fazendo-o mais modular e mais f&aacute;cil de ser extendido, esperando ver um manual totalmente novo online muito em breve.
-
-<h3>DB_Pager returning constant results</h3>
-Richard Wall enviou um patch para fazer o DB_Pager::getData() retornar um n&uacute;mero constante, como &eacute; atualmente feito pelo m&eacute;todo do Google, o qual estava um pouco confuso para algumas pessoas. Foi concordado em fazer uma nova "vers&atilde;o amig&aacute;vel para desenvolvedor" como um extra ao m&eacute;todo padr&atilde;o atual.
-
-<h3>Seguran&ccedil;a e Config_DB</h3>
-Bertand Mansion notou que o container do pacote Config_DB estava imprimindo o DSN (usu&aacute;rio do banco de dados, etc) quando certos errors ocorriam. Este n&atilde;o era um efeito desej&aacute;vel e notou-se que os desenvolvedores devem ser cuidadosos ao mostrar mensagens de erro contendo senhas.
-
-<h3>Passando por Refer&ecirc;ncia</h3>
-Para aqueles que n&atilde;o sequem o PHP-DEV, dois artigos interessantes foram mencionados com rela&ccedil;&atilde;o a velocidade de passar par&acirc;metros por refer&ecirc;ncia - ao contr&aacute;rio do C, o PHP &eacute; atualmente mais lento quando passando (textos e n&uacute;meros) por refer&ecirc;ncia - ent&atilde;o seja um pouco cuidadoso usando esta caracter&iacute;stica em pacotes que precisam de alta performance. Refer&ecirc;ncias: [<a href="http://www.zend.com/zend/art/ref-count.php">http://www.zend.com/zend/art/ref-count.php</a>] e [<a href="http://phplens.com/lens/php-book/optimizing-debugging-php.php">http://phplens.com/lens/php-book/optimizing-debugging-php.php</a>].
-
-<h3>Open office and Abiword for writing docbook</h3>
-Foi mencionado que o <a href="http://www.openoffice.org">Open office</a> estava considerando adicionar um modo de edi&ccedil;&atilde;o docbook, e que o <a href="http://www.abiword.org">AbiWord</a> poderia exportar para o docbook. Entretanto, nenhuma das duas s&atilde;o "solu&ccedil;&otilde;es 100%" e a melhor sa&iacute;da no momento &eacute; ainda o emacs, vim ou outro editor de texto; ou o <a href="http://www.softquad.com/">XMetal</a> para usu&aacute;rios Windows. Uma dica de leitura para autores &eacute; o PHPDoc how-to dispon&iacute;vel em <a href="http://cvs.php.net/co.php/phpdoc/howto/howto.html.tar.gz">http://cvs.php.net/co.php/phpdoc/howto/howto.html.tar.gz</a>.
-
-<h3>"Instant&acirc;neos" do PEAR</h3>
-Foi perguntado se um "instant&acirc;neo" de todos os pacotes do PEAR poderia estar dispon&iacute;vel. Apesar da comunidade PEAR n&atilde;o ver uma grande vantagem em fazer isto (devido so grande tamanho que o PEAR acabaria tendo). Se algu&eacute;m desejar fazer seus pr&oacute;prios instant&acirc;neos ser&aacute; bem-vindo. Como resultado disto foi planejado adicionar
-<pre>pear upgrade-all </pre>
-o qual atualizaria todos os pacotes instalados para suas vers&otilde;es mais recentes.
-
-<h3>Powered by PEAR</h3>
-<img src="http://pear.php.net/gifs/pear-power.gif" alt="powered by pear" width="88" height="31" hspace="10" align="left">
-Colin Viebrock adicionou um novo &iacute;cone "Powered by PEAR" para ser usado em sites que utilizem o PEAR. Voc