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Doc Bug #78234 Missing of http function reference in php manual
Submitted: 2019-06-30 09:11 UTC Modified: 2019-07-01 12:26 UTC
From: petr dot kirpeit at googlemail dot com Assigned:
Status: Open Package: Translation problem
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 [2019-06-30 09:11 UTC] petr dot kirpeit at googlemail dot com
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Hello,

I recently found on docs.php.net a interesting behavour, I saw that http_post_fields exist there: http://docs.php.net/manual/da/refs.remote.other.php
but only if you switch the language to "other", you can not find it on the search or in english language version.

In the new https://www.php.net/manual/ its totally missing, but there are really helpful information, which make the manual incomplete.

I think this is a bug and I wanted report it here.

Thanks


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 [2019-06-30 09:30 UTC] cmb@php.net
The documentation about PECL/http has been removed on request of
the extension maintainer, and is available elsewhere[1].

The http book is no longer available in the manual proper[2], but
some out-dated translations may still provide it on docs.php.net
which is intended.  However, we probably should tell search
engines to ignore docs.php.net altogether.

[1] <https://mdref.m6w6.name/http>
[2] <https://www.php.net/manual/da/intro.http.php>
 [2019-07-01 12:26 UTC] petr dot kirpeit at googlemail dot com
So does it means its not longer available in PHP 7.x ?
I think it was much more interesting rather the old gopher protocol.
Im not an expert in PHP, but why this was removed? Or is it still working in PHP7?
Im confused here a little.

Greets
 
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