Release Notes: This release incorporates numerous changes to the internal workings of phpOpenTracker, as well as to its API. Apart from performance improvements, the following features were added: regular expression-based locking, a custom session handler, a means to invoke phpOpenTracker through an HTML image tag, and the logging of returning visitors. In addition, the manual has been rewritten and now features a detailed API documentation.
Release Notes: This release includes testing and development with MySQL, Oracle/OCI8, and PostgreSQL, a fix for misbehaviour that could cause PEAR/Cache to be loaded when not needed/desired, and PEAR/DB support has been dropped.
Release Notes: Some bugfixes in the simple_report example application, and a new ability to cache phpOpenTracker_API->get() calls.
Release Notes: This release adds more work on the simple_report example. The distribution archive for phpOpenTracker-0.9.7-dev-pl1 was put together incorrectly.
Release Notes: Fixed a bug which caused SQL queries to be put together in a syntactically incorrect way (in rare cases). Fixed include_path handling.
Release Notes: This release now supports most commonly used databases (MySQL and PostgreSQL) natively through optimized interface layers. Also in this release are a few new API calls, an extensive example on how to use phpOpenTracker's API, and a few bugfixes.
Release Notes: Two new classes were added, phpOpenTracker_Report and phpOpenTracker_Graph. The former contains the functionality to perform batch queries to the gathered data through the phpOpenTracker_API, and return the result as XML (either as a xml_tree object or as text) or as an array. phpOpenTracker_Graph visalizes these data sets using the VAGRANT package.
Release Notes: Rewrites to large parts of phpOpenTracker (including the API, the Core, and the Logging classes) for a huge performance increase, better maintainability of the source tree, and new features such as multi-client functionality.
Release Notes: This release includes some important bugfixes, some major performance improvements, reductions to the number of database queries, and a MYSQL_TUNING mode.
Release Notes: This release includes various minor fixes and improvements.