WhatPHP is now live

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I wanted to do this for a long time: set up a repository for myself with all my often used PHP classes, so I have easy access to the latest versions and whatnot.

This has now happened. This week I put together a little something to browse my package directory and auto-generate API information and stuff.

I thought others might benefit from it as well, so I've made it public on whatphp.net.

Currently, the repository sports only four classes (two of which are abstract, even) and only two of 'em are documented. I will add more classes and documentation when I find time. The reason this thing costs time is I have to rewrite my classes in a certain format (especially the comment blocks), so my API-script can auto-generate an API page from the file. And there's documentation of course, which doesn't just fall from the sky :-)

If you're a PHP-developer, check it out, maybe you can benefit from it. Or you can send me tips on how to improve my code.

I'd love to hear from you!