A few hours after arriving at work I got an email from GitHub letting me know about a posted issue on one of my Open Source libraries, turns out I had missed a couple of things in my testing.
When I create a library, I have a use case in mind; typically I’m trying to solve a problem specific to one of my projects, having an extra set of eyes reviewing my libraries and using them differently is terrific.
I’m always happy to receive bug reports; each fix improves the library. Hopefully, there will not be too many more but if there are I will jump on them to fix the issue.
I have released v3.01.0 of my PHP Quill Renderer; Parser::load() wasn’t resetting the deltas array, and the Compound delta was incorrectly trying to handle images with multiple attributes assigned.
Over the weekend I released updates to three of my libraries, Zend Framework 3 view helpers has been bumped to v1.02.1, Zend Framework 3 view helpers code completion is now v1.07.0, and Bootstrap 4 helpers is now at v0.04.
I added row and column view helpers to the Zf3 view helpers library, the other libraries have been updated to include the new additions.
For an overview of all my libraries, visit Transmute-Coffee.com, to get the code, go to GitHub.