Backslashes were a stupid choice, but seeing as string concatenation is a period in PHP, they couldn't really use that like C# does.
On Nov 13, 8:18 pm, Zac Bowling <zbowl...@gmail.com> wrote: > Still find PHP Namespaces weird. I wish one of the other proposals won out. > > Zac Bowling > > On Fri, Nov 13, 2009 at 10:19 AM, Jonathan Wage <jonw...@gmail.com> wrote: > > Hi Everyone, > > > Just wanted to let the group know that I've written a OO interface to the > > Twitter API for PHP 5.3 > > >http://github.com/jwage/Twitter > > > The above link has a pretty descriptive README showing at the bottom, but > > here are some quick examples to give you a taste! > > > $client = new \Twitter\Client\HTTP('username', 'password'); > > > $statuses = new \Twitter\Api\Statuses($client); > > $statuses->updateStatus('my new status'); > > > $account = new \Twitter\Api\Account($client); > > $account->updateProfileImage('/path/to/image.jpg'); > > > Thanks, Jon > > > -- > > Jonathan H. Wage (+1 415 992 5468) > > Open Source Software Developer & Evangelist > > sensiolabs.com | jwage.com | doctrine-project.org | symfony-project.org > > > You should follow me on Twitter:http://www.twitter.com/jwage > > > You can contact Jonathan about Doctrine, Symfony and Open-Source or for > > training, consulting, application development, or business related questions > > at jonathan.w...@sensio.com