The persistent resource list behaves in a completely different manner from 
the regular resource list.  Most of the functions that were replicas of the 
regular list functions were redundant and removed (e.g., 
zend_plist_delete(), zend_plist_insert()).


At 04:07 31/3/2001, clayton collie wrote:
>so im looking at the source to zend_list.c, trying to understand persistent
>lists. i check out zend_plist_delete which passes &EG(persistent_list) as
>the hash table parameter to zend_list_do_delete. in zend_do_delete, however,
>the hashtable is completely ignored and &EG(regular_list) is used instead.
>   is this a WAD ?
>also, is there no zend_plist_addref ??
>BTW - php4.04pl1
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