There have been a few posts around the community related to the OXID application ever since the Zend Developer Zone posted the latest article in a series looking at using their eShop software. The quality of the application came up and several even questioned the "94% code coverge" they claimed.
Some of the posts on the matter include:
- Demian Turner's "PHPterror on OXID eShop"
- Arno Schneider's "oxid esales - the extend parade
- The PHPTerror article that caused some of the problem
However, in this piece from Lars Jankowfsky he tries to set the record straight on a few things:
As I am the guy who introduced the disliked functionality many years ago ( actually years before ZF popped up) I feel the need for a statement to put the things into the right order. Please note that I did work for OXID in the past (years ago) but I do not nowadays.
He responds to the criticism of the way modules/classes are used in the eShop application and the comments about the test coverage claims made without the proof released to show it's true.