> -----Original Message-----
> From: Cynic [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
> Sent: Wednesday, January 10, 2001 05:40
> To: Sam Liddicott; Zeev Suraski
> Cc: [EMAIL PROTECTED]; [EMAIL PROTECTED]
> Subject: RE: [PHP-DEV] 4.0.4pl1 RC2 rolled
> Although, actually, I
> guess we can
> aggree that the amount of attention a platform recieves from
> developers is
> (partially) proportional to the level of bugging they're
> exposed to.
> Hm, I got carried away a bit... So, what I'm trying to say is:
> I understand why win32 Apache (and mod_php4) recieves less
> attention than unix
> one. I'd like to see this change, and so I at least point out
> build failures
> when I encounter them. But it's quite frustrating to see a
> report (which, as
> it turned out, required one #ifdef to solve) unnoticed for -
> how long? If I
> didn't bite the bullet of risking I'll be stamped as a PITA
> and didn't mail ...
I'm with you all the way; I saw you as one of the windows developers doing
his bit. And I support your bugging people. Sascha knows how muched I
bugged him to add the patch in the first place.
> Well, I was trying to be kind of unofficial QAT member
> building mod_php4 from
> snaps.php.net often since last summer or so. I don't blame
> you (or anyone else
> for that matter) for writing a function that breaks the build
> process on a
> platform you don't have access to.
> >I think just just an unforunate thing, once more developers
> value windows it
> >will solve itself.
> I'm trying to help make it happen.
Excellent fellow! I'm more of a hanger-on myself, learning the processes.
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