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intl 3.0.0a2

This package is not maintained anymore and has been superseded. Package has moved to channel http://php.net/manual/en/book.intl.php
Package Information
Summary Internationalization extension
Maintainers Stanislav Malyshev < stas at php dot net > (lead) [details]
Kirti Velankar (developer) [details]
Gustavo Lopes < cataphract at php dot net > (lead) [details]
License PHP License
Description pecl/intl is not mainained anymore. Use the version bundled with PHP.

The Internationalization extension exposes functionality of the ICU library to PHP. <br> <br> This extension has been bundled with PHP since version 5.3. This PECL version backports improvements made in the development version of PHP to PHP 5.2-5.4. <br> Version 3.0 is in sync with PHP 5.5.
Homepage http://www.icu-project.org/
Release notes
Version 3.0.0a2
- Added IntlBreakIterator, IntlRuleBasedBreakiterator and
- Added IntlDateFormatter::formatObject().
- Implememented FR #61871: named Argument support for MessageFormatter.
- Accepted numeric strings for dates (when a timestamp is expected).
- Better error messages in MessageFormatter::format().
- Number of arguments in MessageFormatter::format() is not checked anymore.
- Kept subsecond date precision in MessageFormatter.
- Changed ResourceBundle constructor behavior: null is now accepted for two
first (mandatory arguments).
- Accept DateTimeZone where time zones are expected.
- Added IntlCalendar::fromDateTime().
- Added IntlTimeZone::fromDateTimeZone() and ::toDateTimeZone.
- MessageFormatter accepts IntlCalendar arguments.
- Added IntlCalendar::toDateTime().
- Made IntlDateFormatter constructor accept NULL, IntlTimeZone and DateTimeZone
objects in the timezone argument.
- When NULL is passed to IntlDateFormatter, the time zone specified in
date.timezone is used instead of the ICU default, except if an IntlCalendar is
also passed, in which its time zone is used instead.
- The IntlDateFormatter constructor now accepts for the $calendar argument also
an IntlCalendar. In this case, IntlDateFormatter::getCalendar() will return
- Added IntlDateFormatter::getCalendarObject(), which always returns the
IntlCalendar object that backs the DateFormat, even if a constant was passed
to the constructor, i.e., if an IntlCalendar was not passed to the
- Added IntlDateFormatter::setTimeZone() and IntlDateFormatter::getTimeZone().
- Do not fetch default locale on minit or rinit
- Deprecated IntlDateFormatter::setTimeZoneId() and made it an alias for
IntlDateFormatter::setTimeZone(), as the new ::setTimeZone() also accepts
plain identifiers, besides other types.
- Fixed bug #55610: ResourceBundle not marked Traversable.
- Fixed bug #58756: IntlDateFormatter and MessageFormatter do not respect
date.timezone INI setting w.r.t MessageFormatter (partial fix)
- Fixed bug #59597: NumberFormatter::parse() with ENGINE_INT64 results in a 32 bit
- Fixed bug #60785: memory leak in IntlDateFormatter constructor.
- Fixed bug #61829: memory leak when calling MessageFormatter's constructor
- Fixed bug #62017: datefmt_create with incorrectly encoded timezone leaks
- Fixed bug #62070: Collator::getSortKey() was returning an unterminated string
due the length given to RETURN_STRINGL being off by one.
- Fixed bug #62081: constructor of IntlDateFormatter would leak if called twice.
- Fixed bug #62082: buffer overflow in internal function
- Fixed bug #62083: memory leak in grapheme_extract().
- Fixed bug #62564/#62565: call to object_properties_init() missing.
- Fixed problem in IntlCalendar debug handler.
- Fixed write in constant memory.
- Added private constructor to IntlTimeZone.
- Fixed IntlDateFormatter::setCalendar() with a constant passed.

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Dependencies for release 3.0.0a2
PHP Version: PHP 5.2.4 or newer
PEAR Package: PEAR 1.4.8 or newer
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