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If you're new to pat, and would like to know what we do here, take a look at "About Pat"
or check out the "projects overview". Otherwise, you probably know your way
around the site already
Current breaking news
||By Stephan Schmidt |
Major site cleanup
if you visited this site regularly, you probably already realized, that it has not been updated for
quite a while. This is because we all have been involvde in different projects (like visiting other countries,
starting a new company or writing books). The site itself is very hard to maintain, as it's not
based on a content management system and thus, adding nw content was the last thing we had on our
minds, when we had a little spare time.
Still we have been working on several pat-projects and we have now decided to close down this site
and replace it with a site that's easier to maintain. We already started that task by setting up
a network of subdomains, that fullfil different tasks:
Furthermore we will stop the development of some of our projects. Currently, we plan to keep up the work on:
Today, I already adjusted some of the links on this site so they take you to the new sites with
updated documentation and latest downloads. I also removed some content like the recommended books
and links as we do not have the time to update these pages regularly and pages like these are
already superceeded by social bookmarking systems.
We are currently in the process of planning, designing and implementing a new site
that will connect all of our subdomains, so stay tuned.
||By Stephan Schmidt |
patForms v0.9.0b1 released
Today we released the first beta version of patForms, which provides a lot of new features
compared to the last release. You can view the complete changelog at our
Besides improving the stability of all subpackages, one of the coolest features is the
integration with Propel, which has been implemented by our new developer Sven Fuchs. He is
also responsible for new renderers for Smarty, PHPTal and HTML_Template_Flexy as well as some
other small feature additions.
If you are using patForms in your projects, please upgrade to the newer version and
report any problems you may find at trac.php-tools.net.
There have been some small changes to the API in some cases, so the new release might break your script, but
as we finally reached beta state, there will not be any BC breaks in future releases.
A first stable release is scheduled for October, so if you need any bugs fixed, please
report them as soon as possible.
If you are interested in reading the news of times past, you should take a look at our news archive.
|Last Updated: 2006-08-20 13:52:48