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Hi

I want to know has anyone used PEAR or htmLawed?

PEAR:

http://pear.php.net/

htmLawed:

http://www.bioinformatics.org/phplabware/internal_utilities/htmLawed/index.php

I download the both files (PEAR & htmLawed)

For htmLawed it's looks very simple to used but not sure how I can adapted to the websites?

As for PEAR I finally got it installed! There's alot of stuff on PEAR I haven't got a chance of playing around with certain package yet. Pretty soon I will.

I appreciate any suggestions or opinions on PEAR or htmLawed. Thanks!

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Last Post by LastMitch
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PEAR is very nice to work with, you just have to make sure you use recent packages. Some of them haven't been updated in quite a while. It's best to avoid those.

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@pritaeas

Thanks for the reply. Thanks for your opinion and suggestion. I will avoid those packages that hasn't been update for a while. Thanks!

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I have used PEAR before, but i though it was being replaced by another version. I cannot remember the name of the darn thing. think it was phasr or something like that

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@Squidge

Thanks for the reply!

i though it was being replaced by another version

not sure what are you talking about.

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@ryantroop

Thanks for the reply!

Another vote for PEAR. Simple and straight forward.

I haven't test out some package yet but I hope it is simple and straight forward like you mention.

Edited by LastMitch: grammer

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As pritaeas mentioned some packages havent been maintained for a while. But you will find side branches ofpackages which are being maintained out side of PEAR.net. This can be easily added to your repo

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I use PEAR now and then. Mostly I use MDB2 package for abstraction of access to a database which I thimk is a pretty good collection of code and (hopefully) enable you to switch to another supported database without much changes to your code. Another package I use is Pager which is excellent for pagging database results. Periodically there might be some issues with packages not following tightly the changes in PHP.

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@Squidge

Thanks for explanation.

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@broj1

Thanks for the reply and some other similiar packages.

Mostly I use MDB2 package for abstraction of access to a database

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Another package I use is Pager which is excellent for pagging database results

Thanks for mentioning these 2 packages (MDB2, Pager) that you used often. I will definitely look into those. Thanks!

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