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#1 Dec. 6, 2005 05:29:39

Sara G.
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[PHP-DEV] Re: module submission.


Send a post to containing a description of yourextenion, the library(s) it links against, the license you plan to releaseit under and (since you've already got it written) a link to a tarballcontaining the source code for initial review.Once it's been approved, you can apply for a CVS and PECL account, andcreate a package entry at pecl.php.net (optionally storing the package inCVS).-Sara----- Original Message -----From: "D . Walsh" <>Newsgroups: php.internals
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Subject: module submission.I'm part of a dev team and I've been charged with writing a PHP module,there was one being developed but it had too many issues and the originaldeveloper gave up because he couldn't make it work with differentversions bof the software or different versions of PHPI've completed the module and now that I've extensively tested the modulein (too) many versions of PHP and several OS's to ensure compatibilityand functionality, I've been asked to submit it for inclusion in the PHPsource distribution.This is all very new to me and I've tried looking at php.net but wasn'table to locate any instructions for submission so I'm writing to the devlist for further assistance.So, where do I go from here?

How long is the usual submission process??-- Dale--
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#2 Dec. 6, 2005 06:34:42

D. W.
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[PHP-DEV] Re: module submission.


On Dec 6, 2005, at 24:31 , Sara Golemon wrote:Send a post to containing a description ofyour extenion, the library(s) it links against, the license youplan to release it under and (since you've already got it written)a link to a tarball containing the source code for initial review.Once it's been approved, you can apply for a CVS and PECL account,and create a package entry at pecl.php.net (optionally storing thepackage in CVS).Thank you Sara for pointing me in the right direction.-Sara----- Original Message ----- From: "D . Walsh"<>Newsgroups: php.internals
To: "PHP-DEV" <intern***@*ists.php.net>
Sent: Monday, December 05, 2005 9:24 PM
Subject: module submission.I'm part of a dev team and I've been charged with writing a PHPmodule, there was one being developed but it had too many issuesand the original developer gave up because he couldn't make itwork with different versions bof the software or differentversions of PHPI've completed the module and now that I've extensively testedthe module in (too) many versions of PHP and several OS's toensure compatibility and functionality, I've been asked to submitit for inclusion in the PHP source distribution.This is all very new to me and I've tried looking at php.net butwasn't able to locate any instructions for submission so I'mwriting to the dev list for further assistance.So, where do I go from here?

How long is the usual submission process??-- Dale-- Dale

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