You could try ekit. It is still in beta. but looks promising.Originally Posted by pachanga
Pachanga, when you say php5 compatible, do you mean to run under php5 or rewrite it with php5 new possibilities? (try/catch, constructor etc...)Sorry not yet We hope to make it php5 compatible in 2.3 something release...
LIMB is already php5 compatible - it runs fine without E_STRICT switched on, so this is a complete rewrite for php5 advanced features you mentioned.Originally Posted by HenriIV
The new LIMB release will have many architectural design issues resolved also. What we're trying to achieve now is extracting the LIMB kernel into tight library without external dependencies. The current release contains a lot of unneccessary stuff shipped with it. All this stuff will be in separate "packages" that can be plugged in(we're thinking about using PEAR packaging mechanism). We really hope this feature will help developers to hack their own packages.
P.S. we already have packages management draft implementation, however it's totally undiscovered area for us, i'd appreciate any links, ideas etc on this...
Mmm, have you got any online draft of this on the LIMB site yet ? Maybe I might be able to throw in my opinions / ideas over ICQ quickly at work somepoint during the week. However it'd be interesting to see what ideas you have in mind.Originally Posted by pachanga
You can checkout it from here:Originally Posted by MiiJaySung
(core CMF) and
Sorry, no other versions are available at the moment.
Finally we have a demo of the LIMB 2.3 alpha PHP5 only version, it's available at the LIMB Zend Contest page.Originally Posted by HenriIV
This demo version is really easy-to-install (it uses SQLite) and you're only required to configure virtual host(without any alias quirks). You don't even need to setup any constants, just launch your browser at the configured v.host and that's it.
You can also check it out at the dotgeek free hosting(PHP safe mode on) http://pachanga.dotgeek.org
It's worth of saying that LIMB 2.3 alpha is not intended to be an official release, it's only a demonstration of the way where LIMB is going to. Furthermore, we're planning really big changes in the permission system and site objects description, that's why 2.3 alpha is just a small draft of the bigger picture. The metaphor will remain the same, the code behind - definitely not
As always we'll be glad to hear from you any feedback on this unofficial release.
As I said on ICQ, very impressive. Looking good.Originally Posted by pachanga