"Magic quotes" were removed in PHP 5.4, no need to mitigate it anymore. Avoid implode() with the join()-like order of arguments which was deprecated since PHP 7.4 and implicitly since PHP 5.3. Also avoid implode() with an implicit separator for stylistic reasons. mktime() with no arguments has been deprecated since PHP 5.1.
|2 years ago|
|DB||2 years ago|
|HTTP||7 years ago|
|MDB2||2 years ago|
|8 years ago|
|Net||4 years ago|
|PEAR||4 years ago|
|data||10 years ago|
|php-gettext||4 years ago|
|AcceptHeader.php||2 years ago|
|HTTP_Request2_LICENSE||10 years ago|
|MDB2.php||2 years ago|
|Mail.php||8 years ago|
|OAuth.php||8 years ago|
|PEAR.php||2 years ago|
|PEAR_LICENSE||4 years ago|
|README.md||4 years ago|
|System.php||4 years ago|
|Validate.php||2 years ago|
|Validate_LICENSE||4 years ago|
|buildPackageXML.php||4 years ago|
Most of this directory contents are patched PEAR libraries (necessary as PEAR packages are no longer maintained)
List of external libraries
A number of external PHP libraries are used to provide basic functionality and optional functionality for your system. For your convenience, they are available in the "extlib" directory of this package, and you do not have to download and install them. However, you may want to keep them up-to-date with the latest upstream version, and the URLs are listed here for your convenience.
PEAR Mail, for sending out mail notifications http://pear.php.net/package/Mail
PEAR Net_SMTP, if you use the SMTP factory for notifications http://pear.php.net/package/Net_SMTP
PEAR Net_Socket, if you use the SMTP factory for notifications http://pear.php.net/package/Net_Socket
OAuth.php from http://oauth.googlecode.com/svn/code/php/ (has been edited to avoid colliding autoload)
PEAR Validate is used for URL and email validation.
Console_GetOpt for parsing command-line options.
HTTP_Request2, a library for making HTTP requests.
PEAR Net_URL2 is an HTTP_Request2 dependency.
- Port from PEAR NET to Guzzle
- Port from PEAR DB to Doctrine DBAL
- Port from PEAR mail to PHPMailer
- eventually port OAuth to something more modern
Why not replace all the components with newer ones? We don't think the alternatives really meet our needs or are at all necessary and/or better solutions. The code of these patched libraries that we are maintaing is quite good.