On Tue, Sep 09, 2008 at 01:31:54AM -0200, Adriano Bonat wrote:
> 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.
Cool. I'm going to file this as a bug because Zend Framework has been a
on the wish list a while. It'll be pretty gratifying if we can get it
working with just a few PDO functions.
> Best regards.
> 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.
> > Thanks,
> > Emil
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