XML support to be rolled into PHP (a free, server-side, HTML embedded scripting language)

Tony McDonald tony.mcdonald at newcastle.ac.uk
Thu Oct 29 08:51:56 GMT 1998

Hi all,
This is just to let you know that with the next version (3.06) of PHP 
(currently 3.05 http://www.php.net/ ) XML support using Expat will be 
rolled into the release. There's more details, including some preliminary 
documentation at http://www.guardian.no/~ssb/phpxml.html

One thing - PHP is free, open source. I'm a *very* happy user of it, and 
very excited about soon being able to use PHP with XML.

Some background:
PHP is a server-side, cross-platform, HTML embedded scripting language.
It can be rolled into a web-server as an Apache module or CGI
It supports many databases (Oracle, MySQL, MSQL etc.)
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tone out.
Dr Tony McDonald,  FMCC, The Medical School, Newcastle University
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