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[nycphp-talk] CakePHP and HTTP Auth

Jon Baer jonbaer at jonbaer.com
Fri Jan 5 00:13:36 EST 2007


I think this depends on what you are comparing it to, Ive heard the  
same discussion come up @ least twice before in comparison to Rails  
and its worth pointing out that the Ruby language in and of itself  
comes with both a) documentation tool (rdoc) and b) unit testing  
framework already.

IMHO, What is really needed is an O'Reilly CakePHP In A Nutshell book  
for 1.2.

- Jon

On Jan 4, 2007, at 12:22 PM, Brian Dailey wrote:

> <rant>
> By the way, this is my biggest complaint with Cake. Documentation.  
> Relying on the "shotgun documentation", leaving little bits and  
> pieces here and there (wiki, google groups, irc) is killing me. The  
> more time I spend trying to figure out how do to something that  
> should be relatively simple, the less beneficial it is for me to  
> use Cake. It's a great system, but man, the documentation is  
> horrendous.
> </rant>
>
> Thanks,
> - Brian
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