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    What's the difference between Xoops and E-Xoops?

    In my quest to find a CMS I stumbled upon Xoops and I'm starting to like it better than PHP-Nuke. The other day I came across E-Xoops. I tried going to the e-xoops site to get more info about it and they really don't have any info on the background/history of the script and I haven't been able to find any info on the differences between the two. Does anyone here know the differences. Or has anyone used either one of these programs?

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    Kevin
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    Anyone?

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    Links would probably help.
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    I have absoutely no idea as have never used either, nbut it does deffinately look like one has copied the other... So both are probably similar...

    Edit: Wayne links are here:

    xoops.org
    e-xoops.com

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    SitePoint Addict Eternal Designs's Avatar
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    They look very similar I'm thinking that e-xoops is a branch off of xoops but I can't find any info.

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    I found out the difference. E-Xoops is a branch off Xoops. Kind of like how PostNuke is to PHP-Nuke.

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    Wasn't webmaster-resources.com a Xoops site?


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