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November 24, 2008 7:00 am





I’m sure no-one is remotely interested in reading a blog by me, but this seemed a handy place to note that over the next few weeks I plan to upload a few scripts and utilities. I’m no guru when it comes to this sort of thing, and not a very talented coder, but these are things that have proved useful to my work, so they’re offered up on that basis. Its mainly things that I’ve developed at my work, but somewhat tidied up and commented at home in my own time to (I hope) make the code a bit less shameful in public view. A drawback of the tidy up process is that I don’t have a development environment in which I can test the tidied up versions of the code, so the odd “error in translation” is quite feasible.

A sort of home page for these tools is here:

Comments, suggestions, improvements and (kind) criticism all welcome.

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1 Comment

  1. By:jimc

    Mike James spotted that a bunch of my utilities rely on the deprecated http_post_vars predefined variable, which means that they won’t run on php5 installations – at least without changing php config. Mike established that $_post should and can be subsituted. Many thanks to Mike for the headsup.
    I’ve added code to test which post type is supported so the utils run without change. hadn’t seen it. Thanks also to Sebastian Lukasz who tested out an early version of this fix.
    kmiexp and dsbrun should be updated to Feb 11 or later downloads if you run into issues.