The version of the Indexhibit PHP-based CMS that's available for public download has been 0.70 (or thereabouts) for around four years, and as far as I know, it's been a MySQL-only app for the entirety of that time.
AND YET: the config file has a
sql parameter in which 'mysql' is the default, and there's also a database abstraction class sitting alone in a
db directory ... these architectural hints suggest that Eatock and Vaska (its authors) planned to enable one to connect the app to something other than MySQL -- or, more tantalizingly, they actually wrote such functionality but did not release it.
If you know of a non-MySQL backend for this handsomely accomplished and time-tested portfolio CMS, homebrew or otherwise, please tell me where I might get my hands on it.
Anything non-MySQL would be great; a PostgreSQL adapter would be specifically thrilling to obtain, but I'm not pedantic about it. Thank you.