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Subject:You are porting parts of RoR ?
Summary:If you like having RoR in php, try cakePHP
Messages:4
Author:olivier percebois
Date:2006-01-16 06:45:38
Update:2011-05-05 06:54:14
 

  1. You are porting parts of RoR ?   Reply  
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olivier percebois
2006-01-16 06:45:38
Hi
I just noticed that you made a port of a class from Ruby On Rails,
it's cool it means that you like really re-usable code.
and I think the same class already exists in cakePHP which is a really
nice port of the Ruby on Rails concept to PHP. I'm no evangelist but I think
you may be happy to discover that framework in fast development.
The main coders are always there on the mailing list or on IRC...
Olivier

  2. Re: You are porting parts of RoR ?   Reply  
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Bermi Ferrer Martinez
2006-01-22 00:43:52 - In reply to message 1 from olivier percebois
My company has already a Ruby on Rails clone in PHP and this Inflector is part of it.

I know about Cake, PHP on Trax and Biscuit, and our framework has been developed at the same time they did, but we needed something that worked with php ADODB, and with strong support for multilingual apps.
Cake has developed a brunch of functionality that differs too much from ruby on rails interface so it lacks one of the best parts that the Rails community has, its documentation!

This Implementation is a "port" of Ruby on Rails Inflector, so it's accuracy has been already tested by the ror community. Another Inflector for Spanish words is on the way, so if anyone is interested let me know and I'll post the code for it.

  3. Re: You are porting parts of RoR ?   Reply  
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olivier percebois
2006-01-22 07:00:05 - In reply to message 2 from Bermi Ferrer Martinez
"This Implementation is a "port" of Ruby on Rails Inflector, so it's accuracy has been already tested by the ror community"
That's a good point, I did not thought about that.

Actually Cake is developing fast and its supports adoDB. For the multilingual aspect i dont know.

Have fun

  4. Re: You are porting parts of RoR ?   Reply  
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Sougata Pal.
2011-05-05 06:54:14 - In reply to message 2 from Bermi Ferrer Martinez
My company has already a Ruby on Rails clone in PHP and this Inflector is part of it.

I know about Cake, PHP on Trax and Biscuit, and our framework has been developed at the same time they did, but we needed something that worked with php ADODB, and with strong support for multilingual apps.
Cake has developed a brunch of functionality that differs too much from ruby on rails interface so it lacks one of the best parts that the Rails community has, its documentation!

This Implementation is a "port" of Ruby on Rails Inflector, so it's accuracy has been already tested by the ror community. Another Inflector for Spanish words is on the way, so if anyone is interested let me know and I'll post the code for it.