|Ming - a SWF output library and PHP module|
Ming is a C library for generating SWF ("Flash") format movies, plus a set of
wrappers for using the library from C++ and popular scripting languages like
PHP, Perl, Python, and Ruby.
Ming now has updated support for PHP. The code in php_ext can now be build for
either PHP4 or PHP5. The code is in CVS now, and will appear in 0.4.0.
Yay! Ming now has a new Official Documentation site, courtesy of netSweng.
Compiles properly on at least:
If you've previously had problems compiling Ming on your plaform when you know these libraries are installed, try again now. :)
This snapshot possibly still compiles ok on MacOS X too, but I don't have a Mac to test it on. Haven't tested it on FreeBSD either. ;)
Second Development Snapshot here
2006.04.19 - Development snapshot for 0.4.0 released.
Should now compile ok on at least:
On MinGW and Solaris, the core libraries build and install, but you'll likely have to comment out the building of the "util" subdirectories:
Development Snapshot here
We are looking for example code and assistance with documentation!
If you've been using Ming for a while and have some nice sample code or HOW-TO guides you'd like to share with others, please add them directly to the Ming User Editable Documentation (Wiki) for everyone's benefit, then email us to let us know!
For up-to-date documentation, please first check out the Ming User Editable Documentation (Wiki).
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