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PHPLIB is a base library for the PHP language. It contains class definitions that help in session tracking, manage persistent variables (just like ASP session-variables, only more flexible), can do authentication and permission checking and support shopping cart applications. Additional classes generate HTML code from database queries and similar features.

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Recent releases

  •  23 Jul 2001 18:58

    Release Notes: All users of all versions of phplib should update to this version as soon as possible. Of major note is that in prepend.php3, the if() clause around $_PHPLIB['libdir'] assignment will allow a remote attacker to provide their own libdir (which can be remote), essentially allowing any person to inject any PHP code from anywhere into your PHPLIB-accessing script or site.

    •  12 Jul 2000 19:30

      Release Notes: Mostly bugfixes, and a new class called menu for generating navigation on your site. PHPLIB-7.2c is compatible with both PHP3 and PHP4.

      •  28 Mar 2000 21:29

        Release Notes: Some warnings removed, and fixes to and

        •  26 Oct 1999 09:50

          Release Notes: Auth code completely rewritten, updates to Session, OOH forms, several database classes, added support for MS SQL, Sybase, Oracle 8, improved support for Oracle, Table class rewritten, Template class allows separation of HTML and PHP code. Also, many several other bugfixes, documentation improvements and changes.

          •  14 Jul 1999 01:08

            Release Notes: PHPLIB now supports various kind of data storage containers utilizing and improving support for SQL databases, LDAP directories, and non-relational databases. PHPLIB now covers more database systems than ever, namely MySQL, mSQL, Oracle 7.x and 8.x, PostgreSQL, Sybase, and ODBC. On top of that, some minor misbehaviours were fixed and the documentation improved.

            Recent comments

            10 Mar 2002 07:21 rzqb

            Development time becoming very short using PHPLib
            PHPLib really ease my coding activity. The documentation is very cool. As a beginner in PHP, the documentation (manual) has gave me a lot of help.


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