I’ve been using Comb, my experimental PHP framework, for a couple of super-secret projects over the past few months (on those sporadic occasions when I actually write code), and it’s been evolving pretty dramatically. So much so that very little of the original code still exists. I’m still calling it “Comb” though, because the underlying idea is still the same. It’s too time consuming to describe the reasons why I changed each part, so suffice it to say the changes are essentially organizational. Instead I’ll just jump into explaining it from the ground up as it exists now.
To begin with, here’s the now-simplified Apache VirtualHost container that I’m using: