> XPC is a proprietary product that I was hoping to open into the PHP
> developers community.

Open in what sense?  Your site seems pretty clear on this:

http://www.4arrow.com/accounts/xpc/home.xpc says:
"To purchase an XPC license, receive customized installation, or to become
 invloved with XPC's development please contact us."

> As I said it is a conceptual framework that can be implemented easily and
> with any type of programming language.
> Making a CMF for PHP is not dependent on XPC.
> XPC is its own thing.


> I made a class to parse every bit of every possible URI so that
> every bit of every URI formation (from the protocol to file the extension)
> can be used as variables).

Is this somehow different from parse_url() ?  (see http://php.net/parse_url)
Ok, parse_url doesn't split apart the path part, you have the basename()
and dirname() functions to do that and a simple
substr($str,strrpos($str,'.')) to get the file extension.

> The other parts about web hosting and collaborative communities using ACL
> user group access is not new.
> My goal here last night was to present a conceptual framework similar to
> cmf.zope.org that can be developed by PHP developers as a standard building
> framework (not reliant on root access or anything beside PHP and an Apache
> web server).

Ok, but in order to present that you need to actually show us something.
A design spec, some code, anything.  From my perspective I see a request
for cmf.php.net by a proprietary software vendour.  I may have jumped to
conclusions too quickly, and if so, I apologize.

> That was my only intention. I was also planning on making XPC free for
> download on Tuesday the 24th of July... I have been very hesitant and unsure
> if I would do it.

Under what license?


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