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PHP File Pattern

Code in this post can be obsolete, however, principles and theory may still apply.
<?php
// vim: ts=4:sw=4:fdc=4:nu:nospell
/**
 * An Application
 * 
 * @author     Ing. Jozef Sakáloš
 * @copyright  (c) 2009, by Ing. Jozef Sakáloš
 * @date       15. Sepember 2009
 * @version    1.0
 * @revision   $Id$
 *
 * @license application.php is licensed under the terms of the Open Source
 * LGPL 3.0 license. Commercial use is permitted to the extent that the 
 * code/component(s) do NOT become part of another Open Source or Commercially
 * licensed development library or toolkit without explicit permission.
 * 
 * License details: http://www.gnu.org/licenses/lgpl.html
 */

require("config.php");

// code here

// eof
?>
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2 Responses

  1. Its recommended you write on the final closing PHP ?> tag, for a “well formed” source.
    The Zend Framework is a particular missuse .

  2. You might want to leave off the final closing PHP ?> tag, as recommended by Zend for the Zend Framework. It is not required by PHP, and in certain circumstances, accidental whitespace after the closing tag can cause problems with http headers.

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