[development] Arquitectura Drupal
larry at garfieldtech.com
Thu Apr 24 01:41:39 UTC 2008
I was being polite. I was pointing out that something you said was untrue.
No more, no less.
On Wednesday 23 April 2008, Victor Kane wrote:
> Oh, I beg your pardon, I thought we were having a polite discussion.
> On Wed, Apr 23, 2008 at 7:30 PM, Larry Garfield <larry at garfieldtech.com>
> > On Wed, 23 Apr 2008 11:14:07 -0300, "Victor Kane" <victorkane at gmail.com>
> > wrote:
> > > Quick English translation: Above and beyond classifying Drupal in one
> > > or another design pattern in the strictest sense, we speak of MVC in
> > relation
> > > to Drupal because of its clean separation of data persistence and forms
> > > (model), logic (http request and response, or Drupal page life-cycle)
> > and
> > > view (the HTML that is returned to the browser), and that there are
> > > many API's and opportunities to override in a clean fashion.
> > Which is wrong. 3-part separation does not imply MVC. MVC is one
> > specific 3-part separation that is poorly suited to the web. WebMVC/MVC2
> > is a stupidly named architecture more properly termed "Rails-style",
> > since most of them are inspired by Ruby on Rails' misuse of the term
> > "MVC". I personally happen to think it is a fairly bad architecture,
> > too, but that's more subjective.
> > See the previously posted link for more details, and please stop calling
> > Drupal something it is not.
> > --Larry Garfield
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