In a previous article we discussed how toinstall, remove, update and search for software packages using yum. In this post we discuss how to install only security updates using yum.
- You are using subversion as the version control software for your project
- Your project depends on other projects, perhaps third party libraries
- The other projects also use subversion as the version control software for their project
What's the problem with PHP's mail() function?
PHP language provides the mail() function. But it requires properly configured mail server on the local machine. Developers often don't have the necessary infrastructure at their disposal. Sometimes sending emails from a PHP script becomes a frustrating experience.
If you are a
- PHP programmer looking to write a script to send changelog email notification when a commit is made to the SVN server
- SVN server admin looking for a script to send changelog email notification when a commit is made
you have come to the right place.
For the impatient, the script is posted at the end of the article.
Before we delve into writing the script, let us summarize the environment.
- We have our SVN project at the path /var/svn/myproject/
- The project name is myproject
From the Wikipedia
"In software engineering, a fluent interface (as first coined by Eric Evans and Martin Fowler) is a way of implementing an object oriented API in a way that aims to provide for more readable code."
Let us explore the fluent interface with the help of an example.
public function setName($name)
$this->_name = $name;
In a previpus blog post we discussed how to consume the Technorati ping web service using XML-RPC. The PEAR package XML_RPC2 provides convenient client and server objects. You can call the remote methods as if they were the methods of the client object.
In this post, let us accomplish the same using a PEAR package XML_RPC2. We will write a client script to update Technorati when there is new post in your blog site.
So, you want to set up an SVN server instantly?
If you are reading this post you already know what is SVN. If you don' I recommend you to read
There is also a free and excellent book on subversion at http://svnbook.red-bean.com/
In this article we will quickly set up an SVN server and also demonstrate how to use it.
First and foremost, make sure you have subversion installed on your server and client.
yum install subversion
We discussed how to install LAMP in one of our previous articles. Some of you may be wondering how to create databases, users and tables on your newly installed MySQL server. This blog post introduces the preliminary steps to work with your new LAMP server.
We are going to learn the following:
- Changing MySQL user password
- Creating databases
- Deleting databases
- Creating MySQL user accounts
- Deleting MySQL user accounts
- Connecting to the MySQL server from the command line
Apache HTTP server is capable of hosting multiple websites on the same server. The feature is popularly known as virtual host.
The term Virtual Host refers to the practice of running more than one web site (such as www.company1.com and www.company2.com) on a single machine. When you configure virtual hosts your web server runs many websites at any given instance. You don't need to edit Apache configuration file and restart Apache every time you switch to a different website.
Follow the instructions below to configure virtual hosts in Apache.
Do you want to quickly test some PHP code?
Are you learning PHP?
Are you teaching PHP?
Don't miss out the PHP CLI Interactive mode. You can invoke PHP interactive shell from the terminal
Example 1: Do you want to see the output of xmlrpc_encode_request()
php > echo xmlrpc_encode_request('myIPAddress', array('username','password')); <?xml version="1.0" encoding="iso-8859-1"?> <methodCall> <methodName>myIPAddress</methodName> <params> <param> <value> <string>username</string> </value>