Yup. The Lithium project is the child of a couple of the core Cake developers
who left the project around a year ago to do their own thing. If I was Cake and
wanted to get all corporatey I could ask them to stop referring to Cake when
they mention their project.
On 5 Sep 2010, at 05:06, Jamie wrote:
> The Lithium framework is a completely separate project from CakePHP.
> It doesn't represent its "future" or anything like that. It has its
> roots in the now-defunct "Cake 3", but that's as far as it goes...
> it's totally separate. CakePHP is not affiliated with Lithium. The
> articles you quote - especially the second one on debuggable.com - are
> out of date.
> The main difference between Lithium and CakePHP, aside from being two
> completely separate frameworks, is that Lithium requires PHP 5.3 since
> it uses namespaces. CakePHP supports 5.3, but doesn't use any 5.3-only
> - Jamie
> On Sep 2, 9:10 pm, sambo <chhaysa...@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> Does Lithium framework is the future of CakePHP? And what is different
>> with CakePHP 2.0 and Cake3 (released under a new name: Lithium)?
>> You can see this link below for
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