As people start asking me about that ODBTP adapter for Zend Framework, I will publish it as attachment to this post now. It should work with the latest version of Zend Framework (as reported by a developer). If you want to use it, just copy the files to your include path (make sure the path comes before the ZF path). Of course, you need to install ODBTP as well and add extension=php_odbtp_mssql.
I wrote so many scripts the last couple of years that I can’t remember anymore… anyways, I was working on my mail server config today and found this little PHP script that exports users from the DBMail database to a Postfix lookup table, so that unknown users can be rejected upfront by postfix (thus reducing the load on the mail server). It also outputs a list of domains. #!/usr/local/bin/php <?php $mysqli = new mysqli("
We are Google. Resistance is futile. You will be data mined. We will add your informational distinctiveness to our database. Your culture will adapt to be serviced by us. Stefan Tobaben PHP is extensible. “PHP is the borg. It can assimilate anything out there and add it to its own perfection.” PHPVikinger.org: Things that have no name
I was getting ready to pack my monitor up to move it the other day, and I pushed the release button for the mount on the monitor stand. A second or two after the monitor was disengaged from the stand, I heard a loud “twang” coming from the stand. I didn’t think much of it because it looked fine, but later on I found it was stuck, in the lowest position.
One more post for today! :) As you might know, Elliot Schrage leaves Google to join facebook. There seem to me more and more Google employees running away and working for other companies now. While searching for more details about the latest news, I found this: Commenter Facebookcanhavehim shares this thought on Google überflack Elliot Schrage’s prospective departure for Facebook:It has nothing to do with Eric’s philandering. It has everything to do with the fact that Elliot sucks and is being run out of the company.
Today, I installed Privoxy – a non-caching proxy that filters unwanted content, such as ads and cookies. Jeden Tag eine gute Tat, wie man im Deutschen sagt. It works just great! Here’s a little howto, if you want to build it from source on a Linux box (a Windows version with installer is available as well). Check the download page on sourceforge.net for the latest release – at the moment it is 3.