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SaniSoft Blog:
Help! vendor() is deprecated.
May 12, 2008 @ 09:35:48

On the SaniSoft blog today, Tarique Sani has a quick hack for CakePHP users needing to transition over from the deprecated vendor() call - import().

Use of vendor() function to load third party libs in CakePHP has been deprecated for some time now... It has been replaced with the more generic App::import() the usage is simple.

There's also a little trick you'll need to know for files with underscores (drop it and replace with an uppercase) and how to get it to be a bit more flexible and recognize vendor files in subdirectories or ones differently named.

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