Whenever the code feels mature enough for release, a new package is created. Feel free to download the latest version (in .zip, .tar.bz2, or .tar.gz formats) from PHP-PDB's download page on SourceForge.
A true geek desires the latest additions, bugfixes, features, and everything else before it is officially bundled up and released to the public. The CVS version is the 'live' copy of PHP-PDB. If something minor was changed or alpha support for a new format is added, it will show up first in CVS. After it hangs around a bit, the CVS version will be bundled as a standard release.
If you are like me and you can't wait for all of the latest and greatest coded goodness, you can fire up your CVS program with the instructions that SourceForge provides. (The module name is php-pdb.)
Some systems don't use CVS. Some don't like CVS. If you are a user and not a sysadmin, you might not have any access to CVS. Don't worry one bit -- we've got you covered! Every night, the CVS archive is updated. This means that you too can have the latest and greatest coded goodness in your machine. Just download whatever format you want and you will be on your way to PHP-PDB bliss.
Christoph Barth has created a patch for moregroupware to allow exporting
your calendar to a Palm.
[ patch | readme ]
A simple address book editor, named Spade, was created by roman. It is
just beginning, but looks like it has enough potential, especially if you
use coldsync or something else to synchronize databases.
[ download/readme/demo ]
If you have CVS, you can get old versions. Just read the CVS man page or documentation. If you don't, or if you just want official releases, I have a few of the older versions available for download from SourceForge. Just head on over to the download page and pick whatever ancient version you want. If you want ones that are even older, just let me know and I'll give you packages back to the beginning of time.