From: Harald Radi <harald.radi@nm...> - 2002-04-29 18:15:20
looks promising. if you intend to port it to php5 (one day ;) pease take
a look at ext/rpc first which is intended to be a framework for exactly
such extensions as the soap toolkit.
"Brad Lafountain" <rodif_bl@...> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
> Hello all,
> I'd like to introduce you all to ext/soap. I started this project over
> a year ago. I got into it very very heavily then summer came and it
> got put on the back burner. With recent inquires on this board and
> with more interest at my work. I picked the project back up. After
> countless more hours. I feel it's in a alpha state. This state IS NOT
> ready for production boxes. This release is more to help get more
> feedback about the extension (new features / current
> features) as well as get all the bugs outta it (im sure there are
> and segfaults learking all over). I have also have created a small
> some documentation and samples on it, but not even close to enough.
> With that said, I am asking for interested people to help me test it,
> document it and of course request features for it.
> I have 2 mailing lists for the project.
> So join up and lets see how good of a product this can be.
> Hope to hear your feedback.
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--- Harald Radi <harald.radi@...> wrote:
> hi brad,
> looks promising. if you intend to port it to php5 (one day ;) pease take
> a look at ext/rpc first which is intended to be a framework for exactly
> such extensions as the soap toolkit.
I just looked at the ext/rpc.
Thats pretty cool I was wondering how long it would take me to port that to
ZendEngine2. That should help me out tremendisouly.
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