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Re: Content management system recommendations?

by tune (Curate)
on Jan 15, 2002 at 23:51 UTC ( #139008=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Content management system recommendations?

Also checkout PHP Nuke. It is fast, efficient, rich in features, and PHP. Not related to Perl, but who said that site engines are the strongest side of Perl?


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Re: Re: Content management system recommendations?
by Hero Zzyzzx (Curate) on Jan 16, 2002 at 02:51 UTC

    I cannot recommend PHP Nuke at all. The only reason it's fast is because it's built in PHP. It's efficiency is absolutely terrible! I remember seeing recursive category loops that, rather selecting the entire universe of records in one query and then crunching them in PHP, selected the major categories and then did a query for each and every category, really slamming MySQL with unnecessary traffic.

    Look at the code. It's some of the ugliest stuff I've seen. It's also had a few well-known, and major, bugs, including ones that allowed non-authenticated users to upload files with any filename the user wanted. This was well-exploited, trust me (I speak from experience and learned a lesson- never trust other's code. . .).

    Steer clear, unless it's changed significantly in the last six months or so.

    -Any sufficiently advanced technology is
    indistinguishable from doubletalk.

Re(2): Content management system recommendations?
by FoxtrotUniform (Prior) on Jan 17, 2002 at 21:37 UTC

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