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Jani Hartikainen's Blog:
Zend Framework components as separate zips from the main distro? Sure!
October 07, 2008 @ 09:39:44

Jani Hartikainen has put together a handy script for those out there that like what the Zend Framework is all about but don't really need the whole thing to get the job done. If that's you, this script might be just what you need.

Did you ever want to use just a single component from Zend Framework, but couldn't figure out which files you needed? Well, here's a solution: Zend Framework packageizer script! Just pick the class you want, and you'll get it and all its dependencies in a nice zip file for you to consume.

The packager uses the tokenizer functionality PHP offers natively to look through the files for the package you're after and finds all of the files that might need to be included and pulls them right along into the zip file.

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