[development] PHP Standards Group
cweagans at gmail.com
Wed Nov 11 20:57:51 UTC 2009
I'm going to go out on a limb and say that any framework that anybody would
really care about is extensible and will support extensions in different
locations. And +1 to the thing about adopting standards wherever feasible.
Owner, Black Storms Studios, LLC
On Wed, Nov 11, 2009 at 12:37 PM, Daniel F. Kudwien
<news at unleashedmind.com>wrote:
> > "we'll be involved in developing such standards and will
> > adopt them wherever feasible, but we do not commit to
> > following all standards if they are incompatible with
> > Drupal's basic architecture."
> > --Larry Garfield
> +1 Yes, that makes sense. I think it is what we (sometimes silently) did
> anyway. Some of our standards are self-made (for good reason), but there
> are also a couple that were directly derived from example code snippets on
> php.net's documentation pages. In some cases, when there was no
> standard on php.net, we even asked them for the proper standard and to fix
> their docs.
> I'm not quite sure how they can ignore an architecture like Drupal. I'm
> sure whether I know of a PHP framework/CMS that is NOT extensible and
> doesn't support extensions to be placed in various locations, and therefore
> wouldn't support this strict filepath based namespacing.
> Thanks for staying involved, Crell!
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