Php.XPath / News: Recent posts

Php.XPath 3.5 released!

Substantial changes to the XPath expression parsing and execution correcting many boundary cases and improving performance. Also updated to work with PHP5 :o)

Posted by Nigel Swinson 2004-08-13

Php.XPath 3.4 released!

Another bug fix release, with a few new functions permitting case insensitive searching. Unless you have been hit by any of the bugs listed in the release notes, or are particuarily keen on the new functions, it's probably not worth the upgrade. :o)

Posted by Nigel Swinson 2003-06-01

Php.XPath 3.3 released!

Pedantic bug fix release. Unless you have been hit by any of the bugs listed in the release notes, it's probably not worth the upgrade. :o)

Posted by Nigel Swinson 2002-10-07

Php.XPath 3.2 released!

Bug fix release including a much more "correct" model for processing XPath expressions. :o)

Posted by Nigel Swinson 2002-07-20

Php.XPath in print!!

A new book by Vikram Vaswani called "XML and PHP" features version 2.1 of the Php.XPath class. More information can be found at http://www.xmlphp.com/.

Posted by Nigel Swinson 2002-07-15

Php.XPath 3.0 released!

Large internal restructure, 50% faster at reading XML files, 40% faster at writing them, many new DOM functions. Well worth a look if you need convenient access into XML files from your PHP scripts.

Posted by Nigel Swinson 2002-05-08

Php.XPath 2.2 released!

The first stable version of this easy to use PHP XPath engine for XML docs.

Many enhancements and bug fixes on the original Php.XPath release.

Posted by Nigel Swinson 2002-02-04

Php.XPath 2.1 released!

The first version of the newly renamed phpxml project has been released at the Php.XPath project. Many enhancements on the original phpxml release. Corresponds to the 1.6 release of phpxmldb that has been available from the phpxmldb project.

Posted by Nigel Swinson 2001-10-09

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