> I believe he is talking about ->
> But IMHO, I think emulating via php would be faster, as that is
> alot of talking to a database to get the job done, especially if the
> database is on a remote host.
Ahh, ok. Yes, this is interesting, but certainly not ideal from a uniform
API perspective. I will stick w/ emulation in PHP.
> Granted, he is correct. We have no right to say that is sucks.
> Me personally, I do not know at whom to point a finger to blame (maybe
> the mysql C API), but it is what it is unfortunately.
> We just have to make the best of it...
Yes, you're right. Saying the API sucks was certainly an exaggeration.
It is a disappointment, but no one sucks. Georg did an awesome job
bringing this to PHP5. I'll stop complaining & just stick w/ classic mysql
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