[pmwiki-users] Selecting a Wiki engine...
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Mon Oct 2 13:57:11 CDT 2006
> > Since I'm no PHP programmer (I'm doing embedded stuff in "plain C"),
> You might be surprised how similar PHP is to c/c++. There are
well, although I understand most PHP code snippets, I can't rate it's
quality since I don't see the big picture and don't know the
pitfalls. I'm using C as a "higher level Assembler" <g>. Fighting
most time with strict memory and/or performance limits, I seldom can
use the luxury of object orientated approaches. Tweaking bits and
bytes is different.
> and worst of all e-commerce systems, and I always want to come back home
> to PmWiki. :P
> user/author-centric -- we go out of our way on the coding side to
> make things easier for the people writing
good. It's hard enough to get people contributing.
> Solid extensible core
> Modules don't break the core
> Responsive community
Indeed. This mailing list is great: productive, civilized... One of
the reasons giving PmWiki the best rating among the candidates.
Thanks for the response!
Oliver Betz, Muenchen
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