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Cal Evans' Blog:
Things I learned about Zend Tool
August 04, 2009 @ 15:32:54

Cal Evans has a new post on his blog today sharing a few things that he's recently learned about the Zend_Tool component of the Zend Framework in his development.

The main point is, somewhere between the last time I tried it and this version, they refactored the suck out of it, which is great. It's now a useful tool. How useful remains to be seen but for the moment, I am cautiously optimistic. [...] So I'm posting there here, mainly for me because I'll forget them tomorrow if I don't, and for you if it can save you a few minutes of frustration.

He mentions weird happenings with include paths, how the tool's default setting is "production" and the work that the Zend Framework team needs to put into the Zend_Tool documentation to bring it up to the high mark a lot of the rest of the manual has hit.

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