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PHP MySQL ActiveRecord class: Map objects to MySQL records using ActiveRecord

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pgtable 1.0GNU General Publi...5.3.0PHP 5, Databases, Design Patterns
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This class can map objects to MySQL records using ActiveRecord design pattern.

It can create records in a given MySQL table using values of object variables with the same name of the table fields.

The class can also perform other operations of mapping the table records to objects like retrieving one record with a given id or some other table field, retrieve all table records, retrieve records using a given SQL query, update records with the values of the changed object variables.

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PGTable
A 'pretty good' activerecord style mysql abstraction lib for php.
=========
Requirements:
- Php version >= 5.3.0
- Mysql (No mysqli or PDO requirement)
- Tables must bave an id primary key as int auto_increment

```php
require 'pgtable.php';

class Product extends PGTable{
  public static $table_name = 'products';
}

PGTable::initialize('username', 'password', 'database', 'host');

foreach(Product::all() as $product){
  echo $product->attributes['name'] . "\n";
}
```

Magic methods: these don't need to be defined
```php
$product = Product::find_by_foo_and_bar;
$products = Product::find_all_by_foo_and_bar;
```

Check for duplicate before saving
```php
$product = Product::find_by_unique_id($unique_id);
if(!$product) $product = new Product();
$product->update_attributes(array('name' => 'foo', 'price' => '9.95'));
$product->save();
```

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msql extension is deprecated as of PHP 5.
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