On Sat, 19 Feb 2005, mohsen ali momeni wrote:
> > No. Wrong.
> So you say we should still fight about our calender name?
I mean yes, if we have not come up with a name yet, we can
continue discussion, of course you are free to call it fight or
> > No. They simply are not interested in your functions.
> They were interested, as their first email showed that. They accept it
> but i got no answer after that.
Then your implemention has been poor.
> > Again no. Calendars does not belong to databases.
> I didn't say they belong to databases but having calender functions in
> mysql will make these calcultions much faster in programs instead of
> doing them in php.
No. A C module for PHP is as fast, if not faster, than doing
them in MySQL, which is apparently the wrongest place you can
implement them. What about in the kernel then? Faster?
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