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Daniel Hofstetter :: 28.10.2008 07:26:55
Did you develop your own migrations system?

Regarding a designer, you could ask in the cakephp google group, maybe there is someone with design skills who wants to help.
lecterror :: 28.10.2008 08:09:28
Hi Daniel,

Yes, it's a "brand new" concept of migrations. So far it's working good, I'm planning to write an article about it some time in the future (before the next release of Neutrino). Unfortunately, it's not working with a meta language, just plain old SQL, but I'm trying to emphasize the simplicity.

Someday I might upgrade it into a meta language version..but not just yet ;)

Thanks for the tip, I might ask on the group, hopefully it won't be marked as spam..

Thanks for commenting!
Daniel Hofstetter :: 28.10.2008 10:39:32
Looking forward to your migrations approach. At least if you work with only one database system it can be an advantage to use an SQL-based migrations system. You don't have to learn a new language and you can use the full power of SQL.
lecterror :: 29.10.2008 10:08:45
That's true, it certainly can be advantageous.

Do you have any ideas or suggestions for the migration system? I'd like to hear them if you do, so I can make something *really* reusable. :-) Feel free to send an email too.
Francky06L :: 05.11.2008 15:16:54
First time here, but your name sounds familiar :-) .. I have been trough the Neutrino "concept" .. get a CMS and no fuss around it ..I like it.
Concerning helping, I am not "so good" designer, but more "backbone", I manage quite well cakephp, shells, php and mysql, if this can help ...
I also know some "better than me" even "good" designers .. I'll pass the word, and will be up to them ..
Cheers