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== What is it? ==
 
== What is it? ==
  
[http://gtk.php.net PHP-GTK] is an extension for [http://php.net PHP], which enables you to write real applications with a GTK-interface in PHP. This works really well on the Openmoko, and some applications has already been written.
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[http://gtk.php.net PHP-GTK] is an extension for [http://php.net PHP], which enables you to write real applications with a GTK-interface in PHP. This works really well on the Openmoko, and some applications have already been written.
  
 
== Hello World example ==
 
== Hello World example ==

Revision as of 14:38, 20 March 2009

What is it?

PHP-GTK is an extension for PHP, which enables you to write real applications with a GTK-interface in PHP. This works really well on the Openmoko, and some applications have already been written.

Hello World example

<?php
 dl("php_gtk2.so");
 
 class MyWindow{
   function __construct(){
     $this->window = new GtkWindow();
     $this->label = new GtkLabel("Hello world");
     $this->window->add($this->label);
     $this->window->show_all();
   }
 }
 
 $my_window = new MyWindow();
 Gtk::main();
?>


How to get it?

Derick Rethans has ported PHP and PHP-GTK for the OpenMoko, which you can read more about on his blog in this post.

There has already been set up a repository called Knjrepository by Kaspernj, which includes these packages amongst many others.

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What is it?

PHP-GTK is an extension for PHP, which enables you to write real applications with a GTK-interface in PHP. This works really well on the Openmoko, and some applications has already been written.

Hello World example

<?php
 dl("php_gtk2.so");
 
 class MyWindow{
   function __construct(){
     $this->window = new GtkWindow();
     $this->label = new GtkLabel("Hello world");
     $this->window->add($this->label);
     $this->window->show_all();
   }
 }
 
 $my_window = new MyWindow();
 Gtk::main();
?>


How to get it?

Derick Rethans has ported PHP and PHP-GTK for the OpenMoko, which you can read more about on his blog in this post.

There has already been set up a repository called Knjrepository by Kaspernj, which includes these packages amongst many others.