Around one month ago I tested one of my projects that are using the
Zend Framework and using database through PDO, to do so I had to
implement some Quercus's PDO methods that were throwing exceptions
because they arent implemented yet (getAvailableDrivers, and others
that deal with columns name's case).
Ignoring those methods that are missing, Quercus did it work very well
:) And as I guess that those methods arent implemented yet, I will
contribute with some patches when possible.
On Sun, Sep 7, 2008 at 9:26 PM, Emil Ong <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> On Sun, Sep 07, 2008 at 04:17:51PM +0300, Heimo Laukkanen wrote:
>> It would be great if Caucho could convince people from some of the php
>> frameworks to work with you and test their frameworks on top of
>> Quercus runtime besides just working with mod_php. It could be a good
>> win-win situation for all the parties and also a way into the
>> enterprise market for some of the frameworks. Currently I'm testing
>> the code igniter framework - as our project is based on it - but will
>> some day try to do something also with Zend framework, as it has a
>> better featureset inside the framework itself and has commercial
>> backing from the Zend corporation.
> We have been trying to do that, but there's been some resistance and
> hesistance so far. I think a lot of PHP people don't yet see what
> Quercus and running on a Java platform can offer them. Some just don't
> want to spend the time to change over, which is understandable. Java
> folks are much more excited.
> I recently gave a talk at the WordCamp in San Francisco (WordPress's
> conference for users and developers) and a lot of people were just
> confused by the concept at all. There are tons of smart people in the PHP
> world, we just need to get them looking at Quercus more seriously. If
> Quercus users would blog, post, and talk about it more, especially with
> success stories, I think that would go a long way in making that happen.
> I think Nam just fixed one of the Code Igniter bugs that you brought up
> earlier and we'd be happy to hear about any more that you run into. The
> nice thing about fixing bugs for one PHP application or framework is that
> it's likely to fix a bunch of others. I'm pretty sure we don't have the
> complete Zend Framework going as of yet, mainly because it uses the SPL
> extensively and we've only got about 25% done.
> Emil Ong
> Chief Evangelist
> Caucho Technology, Inc.
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