> I disagree, we explicitly document that the arg_separator defaults to &
> and that this is the character that separates url arguments.  This follows
> the original CGI specification.  The fact that this is no longer the
> accepted standard for this doesn't mean we can just up and change it in a
> minor PHP version.

Well how about a comprimise then. We keep the broken behavior configurable
in the php.ini for now. If needed we default it to off. At 4.1 Which perhaps
should not be too far away due to the amount of things like this we default
it to on. Then at 4.2 we remove the option?


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