I am working on a revision of the plan i had with GManager that i will share shortly, once i get it peer reviewed, that will be leveraging many libraries that i had previously ignored for lack of experience i suppose. The new revision is looking to be quicker to develop, depending on the speed at which i read through my cook book!
the options will be either CodeIgniter or CakePHP
heh, ill be in touch.
I have often been caught in the cross fire of the ongoing and awfully brutal and emotional language wars. I am a C programmer by choice and a PHP/Perl Developer by trade, so I get some of the most heated and misfortunate of the angry or emotionally charged responses from people who just do not know a god damned thing about what they are talking about. Scarier is when I hear absurdities from people who actually do know something about their topic. For some reason they want to stick their toes into my pool and do not like the temperature of the water so they go into a tirade about how I should change the color of the water with some dye and install a heater, oh and the chlorine content is too low or too high and algae will form; who knows, maybe you should add this algae snake as well to keep it from getting to the bottom! I apologize for the extended analogy here but it stands. It is important that Comp Sci. and Developers alike learn at least one thing about languages before they enter the market and end up coding themselves into a corner – There is no such thing as a language level, Languages Span!
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In my projects i often come across or up with cute pieces of code that i think may be interesting to others. Instead of hoarding i will be posting them (possibly in sub pieces) so you can take part in the fun.
Todays Fragment: Per File Execution Testing
You can use this piece of code to test the file being executed and perform unit testing or output debug information as necessary. It can also, as is being used here, be used to redirect the user away from executing this page.
if ($_SERVER['SCRIPT_FILENAME'] == __FILE__)
I dont think the exit is entirely necessary, but it may be dependent upon the server’s configuration.