I got a complaint recently that most of my website is turning out to be about Macintosh stuff and that I'm leaving the poor people who are stuck with Windows behind.
So here's a PHP script* I've written that demonstrates two pretty useful principles, both of these are adaptations on code that's floating around the web but that just didn't quite perform up to my standards, that I needed this week. So I modified it a bit and here it is for your enjoyment.
How to print the current directorylisting (with links to all the files) in a nicely formatted table.
As an added bonus the files and the directories should be separated from each other.
The above link demonstrates the output and includes the code of listing.phps, the source of the listing.
Confused? Just holler in the comments!
*) Yes, I know, there aren't that many people running PHP on Windows (and why should they) so this could probably be construed as yet another non-Windows thingy. Live with it people, the code works on any practically platform that has PHP installed and is tested on Mac OS X and various *nix systems (four to be exact).