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PHP Manual Updates
February 05, 2007 @ 09:41:00

The PHP Group has announced some big updates to one of the finest manuals for an open source project out there today - the manual found on the PHP website.

Updates to the manual include:

  • an improved, XSL-based build system that will deliver compiled manuals to mirrors in a more timely manner (goodbye dsssl)
  • manual pages can now contain images (see imagearc() for an example)
  • updated function version information and capture system (fewer "no version information, might be only in CVS" messages)

Of course, help from the community helps things even more, so they request helping out or just submitting bug reports for problems found in the documentation or user comments.

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