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[nycphp-talk] CakePHP and HTTP Auth

Jeff Loiselle jeff.loiselle at gmail.com
Tue Jan 9 12:27:31 EST 2007


Jon,

Should I point you to the correct acquisitions editor? ;-)

Regards,
jeff

On 1/5/07, Jon Baer <jonbaer at jonbaer.com> wrote:
> 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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