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Tony Bibbs' Blog:
Geeklog_Generator 1.0.0 Released
June 07, 2007 @ 11:17:00

Tony Bibbs points out the latest release of the Geeklog_Generator PEAR package today, version 1.0.0.

What is Geeklog_Generator? It's a package that compliments the great ORM implementation, Propel. What's missing from Propel, you ask? First and foremost, it's always annoyed me that Propel (more concisely, the Propel Generator) doesn't generate pure PHP model objects...objects that don't need to include a bunch of persistence level code.

Geeklog_Generator gets around this by building minimal, pure PHP models (called Data Transfer Objects or DTO for short) that can not only be passed around easily via web services but it also but they can be quickly turned into the persistable Propel objects.

Changes made for this release include "massive updates in preparation for GL2 GSoC and scafolding". You can grab the latest version of the package from its PEAR repository.

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