The idea here is that Midgard has a large installed base of users, all of
whom have to run a modified version of PHP. The extension, albeit rather
large at this point, is supposed to provide the basic functionality in the
standard PHP distribution so people will not have to run a modified PHP to
use midgard. The intent here is not to have all of Midgard in PHP.
Hopefully the Midgard folks will work towards making the extension as
small as possible.
On Mon, 12 Feb 2001, James Moore wrote:
> Thought this should really be brought up on Dev list rather than CVS list
> but personally I dont think that midgard has a place in the main
> distributions CVS.. maybe im wrong but if we begin to put all full
> applications in CVS just because they are useful we are going to bloat.
> Whats the difference between distributing this and distributing Phorum as
> well?? Perhaps we should move that into the CVS, then oh dont forget phpSHOP
> and every other project on the http://www.php.net/projects.php page. Perhaps
> someone can enlighten me??
> > > > http://www.midgard-project.org/topic/165.html
> > >
> > > Well, that's a nice project, but why does it need to be in the PHP CVS?
> > Just too add to this.. I dont see what place midgard has in PHP
> > CVS, If I go
> > and create a totally separate project which isnt a PHP extension
> > really then
> > can I put it in CVS along with everyone else?? I dont think Midgard has a
> > place here maybe in a separate module or in PEAR (which would be ideal for
> > it) but why main CVS? It just doesnt fit.
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