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Latest PECL Releases:swoole 4.2.13 Fixed (incompatible changes to be noted) Fixed a problem with Redis subscribe API design issues that caused duplicate subscriptions and subscription messages to be lost (see: Subscription Mode Documentation) (#2305) (@windrunner414) After using coroutine, you can no longer use the traditional connection multiplexing method such as pconnect, otherwise it will generate the problem of multi-coroutine handle the same Socket at the same time (7b1e786) (@shiguangqi) Enhancement Coroutine client re-supports full duplex (#2350) (@twosee) Support for secure cross-coroutine socket close (#2327) (@twosee) RFC-1015: Non-Worker Process Allows One-Way Delivery Task (222043a) (@matyhtf) swoole_strerror supports automatic convert system error code and Swoole error code to text, no need to specify parameters (c92f444) (@twosee) GDB trace tool supports viewing timer and reactor and hashmap information (2beb563) (@shiguangqi) When MOVED and ASK errors occurred when using Redis cluster, it will be automatically transferred to the corresponding server (#2299) (@windrunner414) Underlying code optimization, reducing memory copy when receiving packages (@matyhtf) Now calling CoSocket->close() will immediately close the fd instead of waiting for the object to be destructed, after closed, use any other API will return a BADF error (consistent with the system API) (7a61963) (@Twosee) Some illegal parameters no longer cause fatal errors but generate a warning, because external parameters are sometimes uncontrollable and there is a certain risk (cd432d3) (@twosee) API compatibility enhancement after use coroutine mode (consistent with sync mode) (36687e8) (@matyhtf) Now swoolesrc can be used as a CC++ library at the same time (libswoole) Fixed Fixed a possible coredump problem when there were a large number of objects before the extension load (4ddeedb) (@twosee) Fixed coredump caused by attempting to clear the uninitialized DNS cache (#2288) (@mabu233) When task_enable_coroutine is enabled, incorrectly calling Server->finish will trigger a fatal error (156ede6) (@twosee) The php.ini configuration now displays On and Off correctly (instead of 0 and 1) (fe25982) (@twosee) Fixed the Co::getaddrinfo parameter parser bug (#2273) (@mabu233) Fixed fd error when using dispatch_func in UDP mode (#2306) (@mabu233) Fixed the bug that dispatch_func does not work when specifying the function name, optimization for reducing memory copy (2bc49e4) (@twosee) PHP warnings will no longer be triggered when the task expires (but the underlying log warning of swoole) (54eee5e) (@matyhtf) Fixed enable coroutine states after process restarts (#2310) Fixed the user process id property (#2313) (@junwei-qu) Fixed the bug caused by incorrectly using the asynchronous API in the onStart callback in BASE mode (#2308) (@matyhtf) Fixed incorrect manager_id in BASE mode (e18e013) (@matyhtf) Fixed mmap using SEEK_END offset error (#2314) (@junwei-qu) Fixed getSocket memory leak (ec8c4b2) (@twosee) Optimized stream mode (47e0e9e) (@matyhtf) Fixed BUG caused by connection multiplexing in sync client with KEEP mode under certain conditions (4c5728b) (@matyhtf) Fixed an issue with Atomic multiple wait and wakeup overflows on MacOS (fbccb25) (@twosee) Fixed the problem of opening the static_handler directory traversal attack risk, this is a convenient debugging feature, please do not use for production (#2323) (@windrunner414) Fixed unchecked return value of futex_wait system call (#2351) (@junwei-qu) Fixed bugs in Redis::ZAdd API parsing parameters, and fix other potential type conversion problems (#2321) (21e0497) (a0e612f) (00134cf) (f5a331e) (5f87f17) (a15f094) (67f3285) (808f578) (d118fe3) (5294473) (48f6790) (0105c7f) (ba6c8b4) (@matyhtf) Fixed a third-party hook failure that could result from not using function pointers when sending data (89ba2da) (@matyhtf) Fixed a memory leak in the Timer::tick method when passing arguments (7e15141) (@mabu233) Fixed user process does not exit automatically (2901ce0) (@matyhtf) Fixed read operation timeout config (a990540) (@shiguangqi) Fixed the problem that the parameter timeout time does not take effect after the CoClient open the package length check (#2346) (@twosee) Server is no longer in the control of buffer_output_size in BASE mode, only limited by socket_buffer_size (#2326) (@matyhtf) Fixed compilation error under FREEBSD (#2325) (@matyhtf) Compatibility: When the Mysql escape method fails, it will return an empty string instead of FALSE Others SwooleSerialize is now supported for PHP73, but it is still marked as a deprecated feature xdebug 2.7.0RC1 Fri, Feb 1, 2019 - xdebug 2.7.0RC1 = Fixed bugs: Fixed issue #1571: File/line information is not shown for closures in namespaces. Fixed issue #1578: Compile error due to redefinition of "zif_handler" with old GCCs. Fixed issue #1583: Xdebug crashes when OPcache's compact literals optimisation is on. Fixed issue #1598: Make path/branch coverage work with OPcache loaded for PHP 7.3 and later. Fixed issue #1620: Division by zero when GC Stats Collection runs with memory manager disabled. protobuf 3.7.0RC2 GA release. datadog_trace 0.12.0 ### Added - Support for global tags via the environment variable `DD_TRACE_GLOBAL_TAGS=key1:value1,key2:value2` #273 Fixed Memory leaks in $this object and return value handling in PHP 5.6 and 7.x #268 Alpine APK package file being badly formatted when some file paths were over 100 character long #274 Extension being compatible with CentOS 6 and other distributions using old Glibc #265 mysql_xdevapi 8.0.15 This release contains no functional changes and is published to align version number with the MySQL Server 8.0.15 release. componere 3.0.0 - Fix #9 crash collecting coverage with phpdbg - Fix #10 prototype incorrectly set causing incorrect scope detection - Fix #11 Method::setFinal - Fix #12 Method names reflection - Fix #13 Assertion failure in zend_function_dtor - Fix #14 Unexpected trait behaviour - Fix #7 Inheritance tree broken by registering new classes - Fix #15 Classes not being restored on definition destruction - Fix #16 Constant AST not updated - Fix #18 unexpected behaviour when name and parent refer to same class - Definition::setConstant - Drop 7.0 support uopz 6.0.0 - Breaking change to uopz_set_mock: now behaves like the old test-helpers new overload - Fixed redefine/undefine namespaced constants - Fix flags being ignored when adding functions - Remove executor hook for maximum compatibility pcov 1.0.0 - initial pecl release datadog_trace 0.11.0 **WARNING: THIS IS A BREAKING CHANGE RELEASE** This change should not impact most of the users as starting from 0.10.0 it is not required (and not recommended) to manually set the transport. DDtraceTransportHttp no longer accepts a logger as the second argument as it uses the globally registered logger. If you are using the Http class, just remove the second argument from the constructor invocation. Added Support for guzzle 6 #254 Configurable Sampler #260 Debug mode for logging #261 Support for symfony 3.3 #266 and #243 Build php 5.4 extension locally #267 Basic tracing for unsupported and custom frameworks #264 Fixed Composer PHP compatibility declaration #247 Release notes for PECL and fix type-os in CHANGELOG #248 Add missing files to PECL releases #252 PHP 5.4 installation and build #255 Trigger of autoloader un-tracing did not respect object #256 docker-compose based packages verification #257 Incorrect tar command in one-liner example from getting_started.md #258 - thanks @danielkay Auto-instrumentation in Symfony 3.4 and PHP 5.6 #262 Type-o in command to install .deb packages #263
On the Maatwebsite Medium.com site they've posted a retrospective of their last several years of work on the Laravel Excel Open Source package. Laravel Excel (https://github.com/Maatwebsite/Laravel-Excel) turned 4 years last November and has reached almost 6 million Packagist downloads. A good time to reflect on 4,5 years of open source development. The article starts with a bit of history behind the initial development of the package as a simple wrapper around PHPExcel. It covers some of the initial syntax of the tool and features included from the start. The project moved on to v1.x with a complete rewrite and then into v2.x with support for the Laravel v5.x framework releases. It then talks about their "support conundrum" as they reached 1 (then, later, 6) million package downloads. They cover some of the usual project support issues, a reduction in their work on the package and how they worked to "fix it for everyone". The post also talks about their "open source rehab" and how it changed their view from its recent "because 1 million people use it" back to making a difference in developers' lives. It finishes up talking about some of the "lessons learned" in how it worked with Laravel, a retrospective on its current state and a look forward at Laravel Excel v3.0.
Latest PEAR Releases:PHP_CodeSniffer 3.5.2 Archive_Tar 1.4.8
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WooCommerce is the most popular e-Commerce platform with a market share of 27.8%. While both WordPress and WooCommerce are free and open-source, however, there's more to it than meets the eye. And, that's what makes this platform the most preferred choice. Sure, opening your online store with WooCommerce represents savings. However, if you want to […] The post WooCommerce Pricing: How much do you need to pay? appeared first on WisdmLabs.
It's no secret that simple is often better when it comes to website design. An interface that's simple to understand and just as simple to use is more likely to turn visitors into active users that will return to your site later. But how do you simplify your website? Even if you aren't building something […]
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