PHP-GTK

PHP-GTK

Developer(s)
Andrei Zmievski

Stable release

2.0.1 / May 16, 2008; 8 years ago (2008-05-16)

Operating system
Cross-platform

Type
Language binding

License
GNU Lesser General Public License

Website
gtk.php.net

Main article: List of language bindings for GTK+
PHP-GTK is a set of language bindings for PHP which allow GTK+ GUI applications to be written in PHP. PHP-GTK provides an object-oriented interface to GTK+ classes and functions. While PHP-GTK partially supports GTK2, GTK3 is not supported at all.[1]

Contents

1 History
2 Present
3 Example
4 Deployment
5 See also
6 References
7 External links

History[edit]
PHP-GTK was originally conceived by Andrei Zmievski, who is also actively involved in the development of PHP and the Zend Engine. The idea was received well by the PHP community, and more people started to get involved with the project. James Moore and Steph Fox were among the first to join in, contributing a great deal to PHP-GTK through their documentation efforts, and Frank Kromann – also from the PHP development team – supplied Windows binaries for the project.[clarification needed]
The first version of PHP-GTK was released in March 2001. More people began to get involved, and several extensions were contributed introducing new widgets, such as Scintilla and GtkHTML. PHP-GTK 1.0 was released in October 2003 alongside several extensions — including a wrapper for libglade, which allowed the cross-platform Glade UI builder to be used in creating PHP-GTK applications.
Present[edit]
Zmievski and Fox are still working on the project, with Fox now maintaining PHP-GTK for Windows.[clarification needed]
The planned next major release, PHP-GTK 2 fully utilizes PHP 5’s powerful object model support, and brings the improved portability of GTK 2.6 as well as its new set of widgets. The project also has support for GtkSourceView, which provides a source code editor widget. Around half the classes have been fully documented. Scott Mattocks, an active member of the PHP-GTK documentation group, has also written a book on the subject of PHP-GTK programming.[2]
The project is only compatible with GTK 2, not version 3.
WxPHP (WxWidgets for PHP) exists as an alternative to develop GTK PHP applications.
Example[edit]

<?php

function pressed()
{
echo “Hello again – The button was pressed!\n”;
}

$window = new GtkWindow();
$button = new GtkButton(‘Click’);
$button1 = new GtkButton(‘Click’);

$window->set_title(‘
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Piccolo Teatro

Piccolo Teatro. (meaning Little Theatre), is the name of several theatres:

Piccolo Teatro (Milan)
Piccolo Teatro Dell Opera, New York City
Teatro Piccolo (Rome)
Piccolo Teatro (Rufina)

This disambiguation page lists articles associated with the title Piccolo Teatro.
If an internal link led you here, you may wish to change the link to point directly to the intended article.

춘자넷

Los Angeles Film Critics Association Award for Best Actress

The Los Angeles Film Critics Association Award for Best Actress is one of the annual awards given by the Los Angeles Film Critics Association.

Contents

1 Winners

1.1 1970s
1.2 1980s
1.3 1990s
1.4 2000s
1.5 2010s

2 See also

Winners[edit]
1970s[edit]

Year
Winner
Film
Role

1975
Florinda Bolkan
A Brief Vacation
Clara Mataro

1976
Liv Ullmann
Face to Face (Ansikte mot ansikte)
Dr. Jenny Isaksson

1977
Shelley Duvall
3 Women
Mildred Lammoreaux

1978
Jane Fonda
California Suite
Hannah Warren

Comes a Horseman
Ella Connors

Coming Home
Sally Hyde

1979
Sally Field
Norma Rae
Norma Rae

1980s[edit]

Year
Winner(s)
Film
Role

1980
Sissy Spacek
Coal Miner’s Daughter
Loretta Webb/Lynn

1981
Meryl Streep
The French Lieutenant’s Woman
Sarah Woodruff / Anna

1982
Meryl Streep
Sophie’s Choice
Zofia “Sophie” Zawistowski

1983
Shirley MacLaine
Terms of Endearment
Aurora Greenway

1984
Kathleen Turner
Crimes of Passion
Joanna Crane / China Blue

Romancing the Stone
Joan Wilder

1985
Meryl Streep
Out of Africa
Karen Blixen

1986
Sandrine Bonnaire
Vagabond (Sans toit ni loi)
Mona Bergeron

1987
Holly Hunter
Broadcast News
Jane Craig

Sally Kirkland
Anna
Anna

1988
Christine Lahti
Running on Empty
Annie Pope / Cynthia Manfield

1989
Andie MacDowell
Sex, Lies, and Videotape
Ann Bishop Mullany

Michelle Pfeiffer
The Fabulous Baker Boys
Susie Diamond

1990s[edit]

Year
Winner(s)
Film
Role

1990
Anjelica Huston
The Grifters
Lilly Dillon

The Witches
Miss Eva Ernst / Grand High Witch

1991
Mercedes Ruehl
The Fisher King
Anne Napolitano

1992
Emma Thompson
Howards End
Margaret Schlegel

1993
Holly Hunter
The Piano
Ada McGrath

1994
Jessica Lange
Blue Sky
Carly Marshall

1995
Elisabeth Shue
Leaving Las Vegas
Sera

1996
Brenda Blethyn
Secrets & Lies
Cynthia Rose Purley

1997
Helena Bonham Carter
The Wings of the Dove
Kate Croy

1998
Fernanda Montenegro
Central Station (Central do Brasil)
Isadora “Dora” Teixeira

Ally Sheedy
High Art
Lucy Berliner

1999
Hilary Swank
Boys Don’t Cry
Brandon Teena

2000s[edit]

Year
Winner
Film
Role

2000
Julia Roberts
Erin Brockovich
Erin Brockovich

2001
Sissy Spacek
In the Bedroom
Ruth Fowler

2002
Julianne Moore
Far from Heaven
Cathy Whitaker

The Hours
Laura McGrath Brown

2003
Naomi Watts
21 Grams
Cristina Peck

2004
Imelda Staunton
Vera Drake
Vera Drake

2005
Vera Farmiga
Down to the Bone
Irene Morrison

2006
Helen Mirren
The Queen
Queen Elizabeth II

2007
Marion Cotillard
La Vie en ros
웹툰

Sääsküla, Tartu County

Sääsküla

Village

Country
 Estonia

County
Tartu County

Parish
Luunja Parish

Time zone
EET (UTC+2)

 • Summer (DST)
EEST (UTC+3)

Sääsküla is a village in Luunja Parish, Tartu County in eastern Estonia.
Painter and art historian Eduard Ahas (1901–1944) was killed in Kangro farmstead in Sääsküla following the Tartu Offensive. A memorial plaque was opened in 1998.[1]
References[edit]

^ “Mälestustahvel kunstnik Eduard Ahase hauale” (in Estonian). Postimees. 2 November 1998. Retrieved 23 March 2013. 

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Settlements in Luunja Parish

Small borough

Luunja

Villages

Kabina
Kakumetsa
Kavastu
Kikaste
Kõivu
Lohkva
Muri
Pajukurmu
Pilka
Poksi
Põvvatu
Rõõmu
Sääsekõrva
Sääsküla
Sava
Savikoja
Sirgu
Sirgumetsa
Veibri
Viira

Coordinates: 58°25′02″N 26°57′50″E / 58.41722°N 26.96389°E / 58.41722; 26.96389

This Tartu County location article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.

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Syd van der Vyver

Syd van der Vyver

Born
1920

Died
20 August 1989 (aged 68–69)
Pennington, Natal, South Africa

Formula One World Championship career

Nationality
South African

Active years
1962

Teams
privateer Lotus

Entries
1 (0 starts)

Championships
0

Wins
0

Podiums
0

Career points
0

Pole positions
0

Fastest laps
0

First entry
1962 South African Grand Prix

Last entry
1962 South African Grand Prix

Syd van der Vyver (1920[1] – 20 August 1989 in Pennington) was a racing driver from South Africa, who won the South African Drivers Championship in 1960 and 1961.

Career[edit]
After starting his motor sport career in speedway, van der Vyver switched to cars in the early 1950s, participating in both circuit racing and hillclimbing. He found success quickly, and by the end of the decade had established himself as one of the top drivers in the country.[1] As well as winning the national championship twice in the early 1960s, he performed well in Formula One races against the top drivers in the world in the well-attended Rand Grand Prix, Natal Grand Prix and South African Grand Prix, finishing in the top 10 in all three races in 1961.[2]
He had entered the World Championship 1962 South African Grand Prix, but had to withdraw after rolling and seriously damaging his new Lotus 24 the previous week in the 1962 Natal Grand Prix. This was his only entry to a World Championship Grand Prix. With the car repaired, he raced and won again in local events, but did not compete again in Formula One. After this car was destroyed in a fire, van der Vyver retired from the sport.[1]

Results[edit]
Complete Formula One World Championship results[edit]
(key)

Year
Entrant
Chassis
Engine
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
WDC
Points

1962
Syd van der Vyver
Lotus 24
Climax V8
NED
MON
BEL
FRA
GBR
GER
ITA
USA
RSA
DNA
NC
0

Non-Championship Formula One results[edit]
(key)

Year
Entrant
Chassis
Engine
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21

1961
Syd van der Vyver
Lotus 18
Alfa Romeo L4
LOM
GLV
PAU
BRX
VIE
AIN
SYR
NAP
LON
SIL
SOL
KAN
DAN
MOD
FLG
OUL
LEW
VAL
RAN
7
NAT
5
RSA
6

1962
Syd van der Vyver
Lotus 18
Alfa Romeo L4
CAP
7
BRX
LOM
LAV
GLV
PAU
AIN
INT
NAP
MAL
CLP
RMS
SOL
KAN
MED
DAN
OUL
MEX

Lotus 24
Climax V8

RAN
Ret
NAT
Ret

References[edit]

^ a b c “Syd Van der Vyver”. Retrieved 14 January 2009. 
^ John Thompson, “The Formula One Record Book”, Frewin, 1974, pp 62-67.

물방

Salona (disambiguation)

Salona was an ancient Roman city on the Adriatic Sea in Dalmatia.
Salona may also refer to:

Amfissa, a town in central Greece previously called Salona

Latin Bishopric of Salona, a Catholic titular and former residential see

Salona, Wisconsin, a town in the United States
Salona (McLean, Virginia), Light Horse Harry Lee homestead

This disambiguation page lists articles about distinct geographical locations with the same name.
If an internal link led you here, you may wish to change the link to point directly to the intended article.

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Singapore national under-19 football team

This article is about the Singapore U19 men’s football team. For the S.League Young Lions club, see Courts Young Lions. For the Singapore men’s senior team, see Singapore national football team.

 Singapore U-19

Nickname(s)
The Cubs

Association
Football Association of Singapore

Head coach
Dejan Glusevic

Captain
Gareth Low

Home stadium

Jalan Besar Stadium (Temporary, till April 2014)
New Singapore National Stadium (April 2014 onwards)

FIFA code
SIN

First colours

Second colours

Youth Olympics

Appearances
6

Medal record
Singapore national under-19 football team

Medal record

U-19 Southeast Asian Championship

2010 Singapore
Team

The Singapore national under-19 football team is the national Under 19 association football team of Singapore. The team comes under the organization of the Football Association of Singapore (FAS).
Players were selected from the nation’s National Football Academy Under-17 & 18 and S.League’s Prime League squad.

Contents

1 History

1.1 2013-present

2 Honours

2.1 Regional

3 Recent results
4 Players
5 See also
6 References

History[edit]
The under-19 football team was formed to represent Singapore in the AFF U-19 Youth Championship since 2001. The squad finished 3rd and won Bronze in the 2010 Singapore Youth Olympic Games.
2013-present[edit]
The team is currently coached by Dejan Glusevic, the best youth coach in Singapore with his emphasis on passing and movement.
The Football Association of Singapore entered the team as the ‘Singapore Cubs’ in the 2014 Prime League in view of the 2015 Southeast Asian Games which Singapore is hosting.[1] They are the third youth age group team to participate in the Prime League, after the NFA U-17 and U-18 teams.
Honours[edit]
Regional[edit]

2010 Youth Olympic Games

Bronze medal (1): 2010

Recent results[edit]
  Win   Draw   Lose
Indonesia  v  Singapore

8 December 2014 Friendly
Indonesia 
1 – 0
 Singapore
Jakarta, Indonesia

15:15
Riyanto  45′
Report

Stadium: Gelora Bung Karno Stadium

Players[edit]
The following players were called up for the 2016 AFF U-19 Youth Championship.

0#0
Pos.
Player
Date of birth (age)
Caps
Goals
Club

1GK
Ahmad Fadly
(1997-01-03) 3 January 1997 (age 20)
0
0
Tampines Rovers

1GK
Adib Hakim
(1998-03-09) 9 March 1998 (age 18)
0
0
NFA U18

1GK
Zharfan Rohaizad
(1997-02-21) 21 February 1997 (age 19)
0
0
Ga
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Władysław Sikorski

General
Władysław Sikorski

Prime Minister of Poland
1st Prime Minister of the Polish Government in Exile

In office
30 September 1939 – 4 July 1943

President
Władysław Raczkiewicz

Preceded by
Felicjan Sławoj Składkowski (in country)

Succeeded by
Stanisław Mikołajczyk

Prime Minister of Poland
9th Prime Minister of the Second Republic of Poland

In office
16 December 1922 – 26 May 1923

President
Maciej Rataj (interim), Stanisław Wojciechowski

Preceded by
Julian Nowak

Succeeded by
Wincenty Witos

General Inspector of the Armed Forces
3rd General Inspector of the Armed Forces

In office
7 November 1939 – 4 July 1943

President
Władysław Raczkiewicz

Preceded by
Edward Śmigły-Rydz

Succeeded by
Kazimierz Sosnkowski

Personal details

Born
Władysław Eugeniusz Sikorski
(1881-05-20)20 May 1881
Tuszów Narodowy, Austria-Hungary

Died
4 July 1943(1943-07-04) (aged 62)
Gibraltar

Political party
None

Spouse(s)
Olga Helena Zubrzewska (1888–1972)

Children
Zofia Leśniowska (1912–1943)

Profession
Soldier, Statesman

Awards
Virtuti Militari

Signature

Military service

Allegiance
 Second Polish Republic

Service/branch
Polish Legions
Polish Army

Years of service
1914–1928
1939–1943

Rank
Lieutenant General

Commands
9th Infantry Division

Battles/wars

First World War
Polish–Soviet War

Battle of Warsaw
Battle of Lwów
Battle of Niemen

Second World War

Władysław Eugeniusz Sikorski (Polish pronunciation: [vwaˈdɨswaf ɕiˈkɔrskʲi] ( listen); 20 May 1881 – 4 July 1943) was a Polish military and political leader.
Prior to the First World War, Sikorski established and participated in several underground organizations that promoted the cause of the independence of Poland from the Russian Empire. He fought with distinction in the Polish Legions during the First World War, and later in the newly created Polish Army during the Polish–Soviet War of 1919 to 1921. In that war he played a prominent role in the decisive Battle of Warsaw (1920). In the early years of the Second Polish Republic, Sikorski held government posts, including serving as Prime Minister (1922 to 1923) and as Minister of Military Affairs (1923 to 1924). Following Józef Piłsudski’s May Coup of 1926 and the installation of the Sanacja government, he fell out of favor with the new régime.
During the Second World War, Sikorski became Prime Minister of the Polish Government in Exile
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Suk Hyun-jun

This is a Korean name; the family name is Suk.

Suk Hyun-Jun
석현준

Personal information

Full name
Suk Hyun-Jun

Date of birth
(1991-06-29) 29 June 1991 (age 25)

Place of birth
Chungju, Chungbuk, South Korea

Height
1.90 m (6 ft 3 in)[1]

Playing position
Striker

Club information

Current team

Trabzonspor (loan from Porto)

Number
9

Youth career

2007–2009
Shin-gal High School

2009–2010
Ajax

Senior career*

Years
Team
Apps
(Gls)

2009–2011
Ajax
3
(0)

2011–2012
Groningen
27
(5)

2013
Marítimo
14
(4)

2013–2014
Al-Ahli
14
(2)

2014–2015
Nacional
13
(2)

2015–2016
Vitória Setúbal
33
(13)

2016–
Porto
9
(1)

2016–
→ Trabzonspor (loan)
10
(0)

National team‡

2006
South Korea U-17
0
(0)

2009–2011
South Korea U-20
5
(1)

2011
South Korea U-23
1
(0)

2016
South Korea Olympic
5
(3)

2010–
South Korea
11
(4)

* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 11:30, 10 November 2016 (UTC).

‡ National team caps and goals correct as of 08:19, 6 October 2016 (UTC)

Suk Hyun-jun

Hangul
석현준

Hanja
石現俊

Revised Romanization
Seok Hyeon-Jun

McCune–Reischauer
Sŏk Hyŏnjun

Suk Hyun-Jun (Hangul: 석현준, born 29 June 1991) is a South Korean professional footballer who plays as a striker for Turkish club Trabzonspor on loan from Porto and the South Korea national team.

Contents

1 Club career

1.1 In the Netherlands
1.2 In Portugal and Saudi Arabia

2 International career
3 Club statistics

3.1 International goals

4 Honours

4.1 Club

5 References
6 External links

Club career[edit]
In the Netherlands[edit]
After initially trialling with Eredivisie side AFC Ajax, he signed 1.5-year contract with the Dutch club in October 2010. The contract effective from 1 January 2010 also included the option for Ajax to extend by another year.[2][3] He made his debut in the first team in February as a substitute in a 4–0 home win against Roda JC.[4]
He scored his first Ajax’ goal in a 2010–11 pre-season friendly win against Chelsea on 23 July 2010.[5] He did not play in any official first-team matches during the 2010–11 season and his contract at Ajax was not renewed.
On 27 June 2011, Suk signed a two-year contract with FC Groningen, Groningen also has an option for another two years.[6]
In Portugal and Saudi Arabia[edit]
In January 2013, Suk signed with C.S. Marítimo, and netted his first goal in his third
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