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PHP.net updates the Manual

PHP.net has probably the best manual in world. All manuals should be like PHP.net. The guys over there updated the Manual. My new favorite feature would have to be that the manual pages can now have images. It would be something fresh for the eyes because since the beginning of time, all I have been seeing on the manual have been all text. Not that I’m not satisfied; like I said, it is the best manual in teh freakin’ 3nt1RE world!  I have yet to see a page with an image though. Could someone give me a link?

  • an improved, XSL-based build system that will deliver compiled manuals to mirrors in a more timely manner (goodbye dsssl)
  • manual pages can now contain images (see imagearc() for an example)
  • updated function version information and capture system (fewer “no version information, might be only in CVS” messages)
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