Good point, I didn't check that before I asked. And, nope, no reason he shouldn't - I think Cake PHP is great.
I just installed CakePHP on my laptop to play with. I really like all that it has to offer. That separation of assets is what many of the others miss with templating. In my personal work (sans CakePHP), I have always used a template folder that allows you to drop entire changes into a folder and switch in a config file. You can change JS, CSS, Images for the template, etc. Then, there is also a global library to use if necessary. It makes things much easier (especially with multiple domains).
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