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mfp Tue Jul 19 10:21:18 2005 EDT

Modified files:
/phpdoc/en/reference/sdodasrel/functions
SDO-DAS-Relational-createRootDataObject.xml
SDO-DAS-Relational-executeQuery.xml
Log:
Fix to use valid types (SDODataObject) in descriptions of functions.

http://cvs.php.net/diff.php/phpdoc/en/reference/sdodasrel/functions/SDO-DAS-Relational-createRootDataObject.xml?r1=1.1&r2=1.2&ty=u
Index: phpdoc/en/reference/sdodasrel/functions/SDO-DAS-Relational-createRootDataObject.xml
diff -u phpdoc/en/reference/sdodasrel/functions/SDO-DAS-Relational-createRootDataObject.xml:1.1 phpdoc/en/reference/sdodasrel/functions/SDO-DAS-Relational-createRootDataObject.xml:1.2
--- phpdoc/en/reference/sdodasrel/functions/SDO-DAS-Relational-createRootDataObject.xml:1.1 Tue Jul 19 05:48:30 2005
+++ phpdoc/en/reference/sdodasrel/functions/SDO-DAS-Relational-createRootDataObject.xml Tue Jul 19 10:21:18 2005
@@ -1,5 +1,5 @@
<?xml version='1.0' encoding='iso-8859-1'?>
-<!-- $Revision: 1.1 $ -->
+<!-- $Revision: 1.2 $ -->
<refentry id="function.SDO-DAS-Relational-createRootDataObject">
<refnamediv>
<refname>SDO_DAS_Relational::createRootDataObject</refname>
@@ -11,7 +11,7 @@
<refsect1 role="description">
&reftitle.description;
<methodsynopsis>
- <type>special root object</type>
+ <type>SDODataObject</type>
<methodname>SDO_DAS_Relational::createRootDataObject</methodname>
<void/>
</methodsynopsis>
http://cvs.php.net/diff.php/phpdoc/en/reference/sdodasrel/functions/SDO-DAS-Relational-executeQuery.xml?r1=1.1&r2=1.2&ty=u
Index: phpdoc/en/reference/sdodasrel/functions/SDO-DAS-Relational-executeQuery.xml
diff -u phpdoc/en/reference/sdodasrel/functions/SDO-DAS-Relational-executeQuery.xml:1.1 phpdoc/en/reference/sdodasrel/functions/SDO-DAS-Relational-executeQuery.xml:1.2
--- phpdoc/en/reference/sdodasrel/functions/SDO-DAS-Relational-executeQuery.xml:1.1 Tue Jul 19 05:48:30 2005
+++ phpdoc/en/reference/sdodasrel/functions/SDO-DAS-Relational-executeQuery.xml Tue Jul 19 10:21:18 2005
@@ -1,5 +1,5 @@
<?xml version='1.0' encoding='iso-8859-1'?>
-<!-- $Revision: 1.1 $ -->
+<!-- $Revision: 1.2 $ -->
<refentry id="function.SDO-DAS-Relational-executeQuery">
<refnamediv>
<refname>SDO_DAS_Relational::executeQuery</refname>
@@ -11,7 +11,7 @@
<refsect1 role="description">
&reftitle.description;
<methodsynopsis>
- <type>data graph</type>
+ <type>SDODataObject</type>
<methodname>SDO_DAS_Relational::executeQuery</methodname>
<methodparam>
<type>PDO</type>

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  • Sean Coates at Jul 19, 2005 at 2:51 pm
    Matthew (and other SDO folks),

    Would you prefer we stay out of your way for a couple days while you put
    the initial SDO stuff in?

    I can see how we'd get annoying (-:

    If so, please be sure to `make test` and `make test_xml` before each commit.

    S
  • Sean Coates at Jul 19, 2005 at 2:52 pm

    If so, please be sure to `make test` and `make test_xml` before each
    commit.
    Ignore the "if so" part -- you should always do this. (-:

    S
  • Matthew Peters at Jul 19, 2005 at 3:24 pm
    Sean,
    No, don't stop! We want it all sorted as quickly as we can. All the text is
    all checked in so the job right now is to get it compliant with the
    conventions and building correctly. I know I need to make some extensive WS
    spaces which I will do tomorrow morning UK time, otherwise we only need to
    do things that you and others tell us we need to fix. Please let us know
    likewise if we're in your way.

    We note what you say about make test. Apologies, we have not been doing
    that. Is there something we missed that told us to do that? What did we not
    read?

    Matthew


    "Sean Coates" <sean@caedmon.net> wrote in message
    news:42DD137E.9080501@caedmon.net...
    Matthew (and other SDO folks),

    Would you prefer we stay out of your way for a couple days while you put
    the initial SDO stuff in?

    I can see how we'd get annoying (-:

    If so, please be sure to `make test` and `make test_xml` before each commit.
    S
  • Sean Coates at Jul 19, 2005 at 3:37 pm

    Matthew Peters wrote:
    No, don't stop! We want it all sorted as quickly as we can. All the text is
    all checked in so the job right now is to get it compliant with the
    conventions and building correctly. I know I need to make some extensive WS
    spaces which I will do tomorrow morning UK time, otherwise we only need to
    do things that you and others tell us we need to fix. Please let us know
    likewise if we're in your way.
    Great. I noticed a few things, but I didn't want to step on your toes
    (too much (-; ). I'll get to it "soon" if nobody else does.. but: fair
    game, it seems.
    We note what you say about make test. Apologies, we have not been doing
    that. Is there something we missed that told us to do that? What did we not
    read?
    I suspect you've already read the Doc HOWTO: http://php.net/dochowto

    Specifically, this page
    (http://doc.php.net/php/dochowto/chapter-validating.php) describes how
    to make sure you're not going to break the build (and tick off a certain
    dutch doc builder).

    S
  • Gabor Hojtsy at Jul 19, 2005 at 3:50 pm
    Hi Matthew,

    We have a quite complete documentation howto, which explains this too:

    http://php.net/dochowto

    It is worth jumping into the parts not already familiar (but otherwise
    relevant) to you.

    Gabor
    No, don't stop! We want it all sorted as quickly as we can. All the text is
    all checked in so the job right now is to get it compliant with the
    conventions and building correctly. I know I need to make some extensive WS
    spaces which I will do tomorrow morning UK time, otherwise we only need to
    do things that you and others tell us we need to fix. Please let us know
    likewise if we're in your way.

    We note what you say about make test. Apologies, we have not been doing
    that. Is there something we missed that told us to do that? What did we not
    read?

    Matthew
  • Matthew Peters at Jul 19, 2005 at 3:26 pm

    I know what was puzzling me below my conscious level now:
    I can see how we'd get annoying (-:
    one of us is upside down :-)


    "Sean Coates" <sean@caedmon.net> wrote in message
    news:42DD137E.9080501@caedmon.net...
    Matthew (and other SDO folks),

    Would you prefer we stay out of your way for a couple days while you put
    the initial SDO stuff in?

    I can see how we'd get annoying (-:

    If so, please be sure to `make test` and `make test_xml` before each commit.
    S

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