[TYPO3-50-general] phpCRJackrabbit status & progress...
ru at phpz.de
Wed Nov 29 16:29:28 CET 2006
a big issue is, that without knowing the java classes exactly, you are
not able to implement the phpCR interfaces correctly. For connecting to
the CR or creating a node, there are a lot of examples out there. But if
you are going into detail, it gets much harder.
And if you don't know exactly what the interface or corresponding java
class is doing, it is also difficult to write good unit tests. So the
way I took was:
- It took a while to find some useful java unit tests which we can
easily implement also in PHP and which test the needed java classes.
- Next step was to integrate PHPUnit3 into our UnitTesting Package and
set up a first simple test.
I did not checked that work in the repository, because the whole testing
stuff was made very quickly and is not so "official" (naming conventions
and so on). Also the testing concept is still in work. I can take a look
over it, and then maybe do a "checkin".
Whats your opinion, should i checkin the rough testing stuff?
Martin Kutschker schrieb:
> Karsten Dambekalns schrieb:
>> Martin Kutschker wrote:
>>> Karsten Dambekalns schrieb:
>>>> Since the Jackrabbit bridge is very important and a basic building
>>>> block for any further work I wonder why progress is slow and if
>>>> there is anything we can do to speed things up.
>>> Isn't the thing going to be thrown away when the PHP-CR
>>> implementation comes? That's not much of incencse to do it, is it?
>> No, absolutely not! There will be a native implementation of the CR,
>> true. And it will be the default. But still, for migration jobs,
>> integration, accessing legacy systems, ... the bridge to the Java
>> world will stay and will be important.
>> And since it should be 100% compatible to Day CRX, it also enables the 0
>> use of TYPO3 with heavyx duty commercial CR systems that potential
>> customers might love.
> So it's not a Jackrabbit but a JAVA CR bridge?
> Perhaps not many PHP programmers are interested in a Java bridge at all.
> Does anyone know how long it would take to build/finish the bridge?
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