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Last Build Date: Mon, 29 Nov 2004 12:53:39 -0000

 



SimpleshoPHP 0.11 up at simpleshop.org

Mon, 29 Nov 2004 12:53:39 -0000

0.11 is a modest update, mostly to allow it to work with "register_globals=off" in php.ini.

Tested as a new install on a clean copy of Debian Sarge (aka Testing) with Apache2 and PHP4; also regression tested as a drop-in replacement for SimpleshoPHP 0.1 on RedHat 8. It should be completely backward compatible as there are no DB changes.

Other changes:

- handle quantities other than "1"
- database login, page headers and footers are now "include files" for easier management

Source is NOT in CVS and I don't have a timeframe to upload it to Sourceforge. The tgz (gzipped tar) is about 130KB and is available at http://simpleshop.org/

The simpleshop.org walk-through has been rewritten to reflect the 0.11 changes. (This took a bit longer than changing the code did.)




Initial release of SimpleshoPHP

Mon, 09 Jun 2003 13:45:15 -0000

Version 0.1, a demo "used books" webstore, is online at SourceForge and the project's home page, simpleshop.org.

SimpleshoPHP bridges the gap between one-item static order forms and multi-product "hardware stores" such as PHPShop. It uses a single MySQL database with only one permanent table. The inventory is easily loaded from a simple spreadsheet using phpMyAdmin. Multiple departments supported. Easily customized by anyone with a grasp of HTML basics.