I totally agree with Pornel's point of view (point 4 and his website).
Why switch to namespaces? Apart from that using them is really problematic 
every modern autoloader allows us to load classes in PSR-0, PEAR and 
include_path convention.

Dnia 28 marca 2012 12:36 Kornel Lesiński <kor...@geekhood.net> napisał(a):

> On Wed, 28 Mar 2012 10:57:49 +0100, Mario Schroeder  
> <m...@marioschroeder.com> wrote:
> > the Support for PHP5.3 Namespaces is even planned. Can you tell at what  
> > point this will be available?
> I've had an experimental namespaced version, but decided not to switch.
> 1. PHPTAL has prefixed classes already, so it doesn't conflict with  
> anything. There is no necessity.
> 2. Users are not expected to use many classes other than simply "PHPTAL"  
> class, so aliasing does not really shorten any PHPTAL-using code.
> 3. Keeping backwards compatibility with pre-NS code is not trivial.
> 4. In general I'm dissatisfied with PHP namespace implementation:
> http://pornel.net/phpns

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