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+Zend Framework requires no special installation steps. Simply download the framework,
+extract it to the folder you would like to keep it in, and add the library directory
+to your PHP include_path. To use components in the extras library, add the extras/library
+directory to your PHP include_path, as well.
+If you would like to use Zend_Tool, simply add bin/zf.bat (for Windows) or
+bin/ (for anything else) to your system executable path.
+Zend Framework requires PHP 5.2.4 or later. Please see the system requirements
+appendix for more detailed information:
+If you would like to preview enhancements or bug fixes that have not yet been
+released, you can obtain the current development version of Zend Framework using one
+of the following methods:
+* Download the latest nightly snapshot. For those who care to brave the cutting
+ (often bleeding) edge, the nightly snapshots represent the latest single-
+ download development version of Zend Framework development. Snapshots are bundled
+ with documentation in English only or in all available languages. If you anticipate
+ updating to the latest development version of Zend Framework often, consider using
+ Subversion as described below.
+* Using a Subversion (SVN) client. Zend Framework is open source software, and
+ the Subversion repository used for its development is publicly available. Consider
+ using SVN to get Zend Framework if you already use SVN for your application
+ development, want to contribute back to the framework, or need to upgrade your
+ framework version very often.
+ Exporting is useful if you want to get a particular framework revision without the
+ .svn directories as created in a working copy.
+ Checking out a working copy is necessary if you would like to directly contribute
+ to Zend Framework; a working copy can be updated any time with svn update.
+ An externals definition is highly convenient for developers already using SVN to
+ manage their application working copies.
+ The URL for the trunk of the Zend Framework SVN repository is:
+ For more information about Subversion, please see the official website:
+Once you have a copy of Zend Framework available, your application will need to
+access the framework classes. Though there are several ways to achieve this, your
+PHP include_path needs to contain the path to the Zend Framework classes under the
+/library directory in this distribution. You can find out more about the PHP
+include_path configuration directive here:
+Instructions on how to change PHP configuration directives can be found here:
+A great place to get up-to-speed quickly is the Zend Framework QuickStart:
+The QuickStart covers some of the most commonly used components of ZF. Since
+Zend Framework is designed with a use-at-will architecture and components are
+loosely coupled, you can select and use only those components that are needed for
+your project.