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README.txt

h1. Web Application Command Console

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<pre>
###########################################################
# Web Application Command Console README
# $Id$
#
# @package WACC
# @author Chris R. Feamster <cfeamster@f2developments.com>
# @author $LastChangedBy$
#
# @version 0.0.$GlobalRev$
# @copyright Copyright 2013-2015 Nexus Systems, Inc.
# @license https://nxsys.org/spaces/wacc/wiki/License
# Please see the license.txt file or the url above for full copyright and license information.
#
############################################################
</pre>

h2. SYNOPSIS

A simple, convenient, and powerful way to access a predetermined subset of an application environment's functionality via the familiar command line interface.


h2. REQUIREMENTS

PHP:		5.3.5
HTTP Server:	FCGI Compliant
Browser*:	IE >=7.0, Moz >=4.0, WebKit >=530

*Needs ajaxy goodness


h2. INSTALLATION

# Extract
# Configure
** Recomended: Move the Front Controller
# Run


h2. RESOURCES

Project Location: http://scm.f2dev.net/projects/pvfw
Wiki Location: http://scm.f2dev.net/projects/pvfw/wiki


h2. CONTRIBUTION

{$HeadURL$}


h2. ORIGIN

Commissioned by F2 Developments. This is related to many "webconsole" apps out there but this works best for us and perhaps other devs too. We do however owe thanks to the following products:
* "JQuery":http://jquery.com/
** MIT License
* "Silex":http://silex.sensiolabs.org/
** MIT license
* "Symfony Console Component":https://github.com/symfony/Console
** MIT License



h2. REFERENCES

Key words for use in RFCs to Indicate Requirement Levels
http://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc2119.txt
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