|| at Aug 3, 2009 at 12:00 pm
Thank you for your discouragement which is really realistic. But like
I need it for my job, I improve it and want it to give it open source.
And I keep an eye on this package OpenDocument but I don't want
contribute while the version 0.3.0 isn't implemented.
I have contributed to Wikini, for improving the XHTML-valid support.
But my main code isn't public because it owns to my company. I use
principally these packages : HTML_QuickForm,
HTML_QuickForm_advmultiselect, HTML_Template_PHPLIB, HTTP_Session2,
MDB2, MDB2_Driver_pgsql, Mail, Net_SMTP, Spreadsheet_Excel_Writer. I
have personnally a preference over file formats.
2009/8/3 Daniel O'Connor <email@example.com>:
On Mon, Aug 3, 2009 at 7:54 PM, Progi1984 wrote:
The Spreadsheet_Excel_Writer package seems to be orphaned.
The last release is well over 3 years old.And there didn't seem to be
any SVN activity since 2 years. And the actual maintainer is inactive.
As web developer in a French company, I use pear every day for the
development of Intranet. I would like to contribute to pear, and more
particularly Spreadsheet_Excel_Writer. Actually, i began fixing bug
one after another.
It's actually a quite complicated package which is several versions out of
date from the original perl version, with poor documentation (ie; the specs
from microsoft are incomplete); so I would discourage you from looking after
it all by yourself!
If you are really interested, it might be worth looking at alternatives -
is our current best hope.
That being said, do you have a few samples of code you are particularly
Or are there any packages you use at work you'd be interested in