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This profile was last updated on 12/7/08  and contains information from public web pages.

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  • Ph.D. , applied mathematics
  • PhD , applied mathematics
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Philip Hazel (see below) wrote ..., 7 Dec 2008 [cached]
Philip Hazel (see below) wrote PCRE, upon which PRegEx heavily relies, but he was not directly involved in PRegEx itself.
5. The PCRE and iconv and Director XDK components have their own licensing requirements, with which you obviously should comply. (Thanks to Philip Hazel, creator of PCRE, for the above licensing statement.) ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- ========================================= What's New in 2.0 ========================================= Mac OS X Universal Binary ------------------------- PRegEx is now a Universal binary.
Exim: a case study in sustainability, 11 June 2012 [cached]
Philip Hazel, University of Cambridge Computing Service
This case study, examining the Exim project, has been written by Philip Hazel, University of Cambridge Computing Service.
Philip Hazel retired from the University of Cambridge in September 2007, having headed up the development of Exim throughout its history. In the run up to his retirement a number of changes were made to the way the project works, with a publicly visible (with a small number of committers) CVS archive of source and documentation made available on a University of Cambridge system as well as a publicly visible bug tracking system. Exim releases after 4.50 (Early 2005) had a number of changes committed directly by various authors (around 6 people in total) into CVS, although the majority of changes were still committed by Philip.
There has been one release (version 4.69) since Philip retired, although there are a significant number of bug fixes or enhancements currently within the source repository.
Philip Hazel has now retired, see the current status section for more information. ↩
UKUUG Newsletter, 1 Dec 2001 [cached]
An interview with Philip Hazel, the creator of Exim Exim is an open source mail transport agent that has been steadily growing in popularity, and Philip talks about why he developed it and what to expect in the next version. Philip is also the author of O'Reilly's "Exim: The Mail Transfer Agent."
Philip Hazel, 11 Nov 2013 [cached]
Philip Hazel
About Philip Hazel
Philip Hazel has a Ph.D. in applied mathematics, but has spent the last 30 years writing general-purpose software for the Computing Service at the University of Cambridge in England. Since moving from an IBM mainframe to Unix in the early 1990s, Philip has become more and more involved with email. He started developing Exim in 1995 and PCRE (the regular expression library) in 1997. Since then, most of his working time has been spent maintaining and extending Exim.
Books by Philip Hazel
Philip Hazel
PCRE Wrapper for Delphi 7, 9 Feb 2008 [cached]
PCRE (Perl Compatible Regular Expressions) is a C library written by Philip Hazel of Cambridge University.
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