[TYPO3-50-general] just to argue a bit: What about Doctrine?
falcifer2001 at yahoo.es
Sun Nov 8 10:46:10 CET 2009
It could be that Doctrine weren't around when TYPO3/FLOW3 was planned or
even Robert didn't know about Doctrine, but now Doctrine is here to stay.
Is it too late to change the ORM model? other projects like symfony and
Zend have changed from Propel or Zend_Entity to Doctrine. May be Doctrine
isn't better than TYPO3/FLOW3 ORM, but if it is better, are we too proud
to change it? All of us want the best framework/CMS not only something to
be proud of it
I don't like Doctrine more than the TYPO3/FLOW3 ORM or viceversa, i'm
only want to know why. And I'm really sure that reinvent the wheel isn't
a good thing if you are not very sure about what you are doing
El Sun, 08 Nov 2009 10:10:54 +0100, Martin Kutschker escribió:
> Fernando Arconada schrieb:
>> Why create a new ORM instead of using, for example, Doctrine? Why is it
>> better TYPO3/FLOW3 than Doctrine?
> Has been Doctrine around when the planning for TYPO3 v5 has started? And
> if, maybe Robert and his team didn't know it. There are so many projects
> around worldwide.
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