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Small tweaks to the PHPCR install doc

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1 parent 53ef984 commit fbece4545599f3c68e6abbde8462d867bcba67e9 Lars Janssen committed Nov 13, 2012
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Installing and configuring Doctrine PHPCR-ODM
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-The Symfony2 CMF makes extensive use of the PHP Content Repository ODM; in fact, it is required by
-the following CMF bundles: BlockBundle, ContentBundle, MenuBundle, RoutingExtraBundle,
-SimpleCmsBundle and TreeBrowserBundle.
+The Symfony2 CMF makes extensive use of the PHP Content Repository - Object Document Mapper
+(PHPCR-ODM); in fact, it is required by the following CMF bundles: BlockBundle, ContentBundle,
+MenuBundle, RoutingExtraBundle, SimpleCmsBundle and TreeBrowserBundle.
The goal of this tutorial is to install and configure Doctrine PHPCR-ODM, ready for you to get
started with the CMF.
@@ -50,8 +50,8 @@ The following documentation includes examples for all of the above options.
If you are just getting started with the CMF, it is best to choose a content repository based
on a storage engine that you are already familiar with. For example,
**Jackalope with Doctrine DBAL** will work with your existing RDBMS and does not require you
- to install Java or any PHP extension. Once you have a working application it should be easy
- to explore, and switch to, another option.
+ to install Java or the midgard2 PHP extension. Once you have a working application it should be
+ easy to switch to another option.
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