Last Build Date: Tue, 20 May 2008 12:30:39 -0000
Tue, 20 May 2008 12:30:39 -0000
as I already reported before, the project management has been moved to a new site: http://projects.izzysoft.de/trac/imdbphp
Please use that site to report bugs, feature requests etc. since I cannot and want not to monitor multiple trackers - plus the new site offers better integration with the repository.
At the new project site, you still can open tickets anonymously (i.e. without the need to login). However, if you a) want to be notified if there are changes made to your request, and/or b) you may want to update your ticket, you need to create yourself a login. It's for no cost, and your data are never ever given to anybody else (your login, email and password are only stored so you can login and receive notifications - guaranteed!).
The changes have been necessary for more effective and convenient development. Sorry for any trouble caused by that - and thank you for your understanding!
All the best,
Sun, 20 Jan 2008 15:18:18 -0000
Just released v0.9.1 bringing you new functionality. To avoid confusion with the old CVS code here on Sourceforge (which I did not update for a while), I disabled the CVSWeb. As I already mentioned a while ago, I moved the sources to my development server. You still can checkout the code anonymously via Subversion there. Just visit http://projects.izzysoft.de/?topic=trac;subject=imdbphp to find out more. Btw: This is also the best place to file bugs and/or feature requests, as well as to see details on the ongoing development.
Keep on enjoying ImdbPhp!
Mon, 26 Feb 2007 22:13:21 -0000
For everybody new to this project and/or looking for a closer documentation, there's now an API reference available at the new project page:
Though this does not give any examples, it lists the important "public" functions together with their parameters and what they are intended to do. For examples, you may refer to the imdb.php file shipped with the distribution.
Fri, 23 Feb 2007 06:55:52 -0000
just to let you know that I released v0.8.6 of the IMDB class files - due to the changes on the IMDB sites you may have noticed that the previous version did not work anymore...
NExt to this, I decided to create a small project page with a little more information plus a demo installation. You'll find it linked here as "Website" of the project - or just click on this link: http://www.qumran.org/homes/izzy/software/imdbphp/ . Any comments on that are welcome ;)
All the best,
Fri, 08 Apr 2005 12:26:52 -0000
since Sevec presently has no time to keep up with the development, I temporarily take over as project admin until he is available again. This decision was made since I use his IMDBPHP class code in my own application (phpVideoPro, also to be found on SF) and thus most of the changes during the past few month have been coming from me. Hoping on the fact that it is most likely it will stay this way, this will keep IMDBPHP alive, up-to-date and in development.
There will be some changes going along with this, since I did some adaptions to the code to plug it into my application. Specifically, since I do not use the PEAR library, I cannot support it at this moment. This means, the next release probably comes without the PEAR support - but it will probably be back as soon as Sevec has time to continue his work on the project.
Changes always have their pros and cons. But this way we can at least make sure the code will (hopefully) stay (or be kept) running despite of all the changes we can expect from the IMDB people.
I hope I can contribute best to this project and keep up with your requests -- due to my other projects and, of course, my business work, I cannot promise anything ;)
Wed, 22 Oct 2003 23:50:18 -0000
this new version relies on PEARs HTTP_Request class.
the files requiered for it to work are not included so if you haven't got PEAR and HTTP_Request installed see http://pear.php.net about installing it.
Tue, 29 Jul 2003 02:52:42 -0000
imdbphp is some classes for php to retrieve information from imdb. These can be used by movie databases written in php to easily add new movies with their information.
This first release can retrieve all the information the average database needs and more.