[Phpwm] Mojavi Argh Help Me!

Keith Pope Keith.Pope at allpay.net
Tue Jul 17 11:32:44 BST 2007

Yeah the svn can be a bit bulky only if you checkout the trunk as it contains all the build scripts for the docs, demos etc etc.

I use ZF components all the time, I haven't used the mvc yet as I am waiting for the views to be sorted out :)

I just use the svn version and update it when I need, with my unit tests I can easily see if anything breaks :) And bugs are fixed quick enough for my dev environment.

ZF rocks :)

Keith Pope
Web Developer

-----Original Message-----
From: pete graham [mailto:petegraham1 at gmail.com] 
Sent: 17 July 2007 10:59
To: West Midlands PHP User Group
Subject: Re: [Phpwm] Mojavi Argh Help Me!

Hhmm it seems the bulkiness of the ZF has been greatly exaggerated to me, or perhaps the person using it was still on dialup ;-)

I presume that if it uses a include path it's possible to use one instance on the Zend Framework for multiple sites on the same server?

How often is it suggested that you upgrade the Framework? Can this be done by SVN or are you recommended to unzip the newer version of the Framework ontop of the old one?


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