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Subject:Maybe not supported on PHP5
Summary:Maybe this class is not supported on PHP 5 (not sure)
Messages:6
Author:marco voegeli
Date:2005-11-03 16:34:29
Update:2009-11-19 04:01:16
 

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marco voegeli
2005-11-03 16:34:29
Hi

I got a message from somebody, that this class
doesn't run on PHP 5. But I'm not sure of that,
I've only tested in lower PHP versions.

Have fun with it...
weatherman marco

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Colin
2006-06-19 00:01:34 - In reply to message 1 from marco voegeli
Ive got it working w/ PHP 5...but for some reason it only reads Celcius even when I put "F" in for "C" in $weather_chile = new weather("01929", 3600, "C");. Im not sure what to do about this problem.

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Craig Vincent
2008-11-10 01:05:23 - In reply to message 2 from Colin
I did just post about this, but use a lowercase "c" :o)

Craig

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P Jonnala
2009-01-04 00:03:10 - In reply to message 2 from Colin
How did you get it to work in PHP5? I'm told that "class xmlParser" and "class weather" can't be rewritten.

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Michael Doig
2009-11-19 03:49:50 - In reply to message 3 from Craig Vincent
Lowercase "c" didn't fix it for me. I am on PHP 4x
Perhaps it is still cached, I will try another location.

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Michael Doig
2009-11-19 04:01:16 - In reply to message 5 from Michael Doig
I tried another location and it worked with a lowercase "c".
My initial location must still be reading F from cache.