Well maybe we can have a function with another name? or pass an optional 
second argument?
I'm not that sure it's a good thing to break backwards compatibility on 
this one although I admit not knowing how many people actually use it. My 
guess is that if it's been in a couple of versions of PHP 4 there are at 
least a couple of dozen if not more using it.


At 11:34 PM 2/13/2001 +0100, André Langhorst wrote:
>>This will break backwards compatibility, and I am not really in favor of
>>adding a new param to get_meta_tags in order to include this new
>>functionality, that will just obfuscate the code more than it needs to be.
>>I think we should just change one implementation, to another, better one.  I
>>can't imagine that that many people are using this tag often enough to
>>require a huge change in their code.
>following your description, that function is really broeken (lack of 
>functionality) and thus needs a non-backwards-compatible fix, your fix 
>sounds nice indeed
>this function is not widespreadly used I guess
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