So far, our projects have been hosted with Subversion control system installed on our own servers. While it is quite convenient and we are not limited by resources, it causes some problems with authentication and simplifying access for users that wish to help us developing our projects. In the last days, we have been discussing on that and decided to switch to Git. In the near future, all the projects will migrate to Github which will become our official hosting platform. I hope it will make the collaboration much easier.
Keyword - OPL
Wednesday, 26 May 2010
Saturday, 28 November 2009
In this note, I would like to show some new features of the incoming Open Power Template 2.1. The new branch, which is currently under development, will bring many new tools and improvements to the template language syntax and the library API. Some of them are already implemented, but there is still a lot of work to do. It is hard to say when it is going to be released, but I'll do my best, so that you would not have to wait another year for it.
Tuesday, 12 May 2009
Welcome to the third episode of the Invenzzia Summaries. Today we will make a small celebration of the 100th revision to the OPL repository, as well as take a closer look at the recently implemented features, such as PHAR support, caching interface and the improved autoloader.
Wednesday, 25 March 2009
I've recently uploaded the first revision of Open Power Libs port for Zend Framework to our SVN repositories and it is available there for public audience. The port is not completed yet, but the basic functionality is present and seems to work. I encourage everyone to test it and submit suggestions or noticed bugs. The package includes a test ZF application, and the source code is well-commented. I'll put some extra information on wiki soon, as well as set up the "real" user manual.
Tuesday, 10 March 2009
One of the goals in the OPL project is not only to provide a set of great libraries, but also teach the popular PHP software, how to use them. Currently, lots of applications are designed with the help of frameworks which often provide their own solutions. It is obvious that the users do not want to deal with all the integration stuff, especially if the library is in fact a replacement for a whole part of the framework. This situation perfectly suits to Open Power Template that is rather a presentation layer framework than just a simple template engine. Currently, the programmers may already use OPT in Kohana Framework thanks to the efforts of Damian Nowak who prepared a nice port. And now, we would like the announcement of the Zend Framework port that will be released soon.
Tuesday, 23 December 2008
Merry Christmas everyone! We've had a small delay with OPT 2.0.0-beta1 concerning SVN problems, but they seem to be solved. After the Christmas, we are planning to make important changes in OPL repository layout and everybody whose scripts depend on checking out should upgrade their paths. It is connected with introducing the independent development cycles for each library. The details can be found below.