knj SMS gateway

screenshot of knjSMSGatewayInterface The application functions as a SMS-gateway. It can receive a SMS and post it to another application via HTTP-post, or other computers can connect to it via a socket and send SMS through it. It can even bounce messages to another knj SMS gateway. I reads SMS via Gnokii and saves them to a database of your choice. Works with MySQL, SQLite, PostgreSQL and even Access on Windows.

Translation team

Here are the courageous members of the community in charge of the national translations of php-gtk.eu. In parentheses is their IRC nickname on #php-gtk:

Czech
Jan Popsisil (Fosfor)
French
Frédéric G. Marand (osinet)
German
Harald Thoeny (seraphim)
Italian
Daniele Scasciafratte (Mte90)
Portuguese (Brazil)
Elvis Oliveira (Elvis)

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Code completion for PHP-GTK in Eclipse PDT

Enabling PHP-GTK2 code completion in Eclipse PDT for a project is very simple. The following example is given on Windows, but the steps should be the same on any supported platform:

PHP-GTK2 Documentation update

I have been working on the php-gtk documentation the last few weeks. I finally have an updated version of the manual.

Unfortunately its not on the main site gtk.php.net, so I have uploaded it here: leonpegg.com/php-gtk-doc

PHP-GTK 2.0.1 released

PHP-GTK 2.0.1 has been released, head over to the download page and get your copy.

This release, named you knew this was coming, adds full support for GtkBuilder and tooltips; in addition to a slew of bug fixes and overrides:

Drag and Drop: watch out for the GtkSelectionData::set_text() contents

Hello,

A few days ago I was confronted with a weird trouble. That my string that I used which has some typical french characters in it changed to ugly thing like \u009 instead of é. I also discovered that other people who used the serialize() function on GtkSelectionData also encountered some weird things.

So today I found the solution the GtkSelectiondata object works with URI strings. All you have to do is encode your string with the function urlencode($your_string);.

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