Zeev Suraski schrieb:
> The other, is a more fundamental change, and it is to change PHP to be case
> dependant.  PHP 4.0 follows the standard set by PHP/FI 2.0 (or earlier),
> and maintains case sensitivity for variable names, but not function names
> or class names.  IMHO, there's very little reason for this inconsistency,
> and PHP would have been better off with full case sensitivity across class
> names, function names and variable names.  It would also improve
> performance fairly significantly.

I'd appreciate the change to break with the mixed case sensitivity and
case insesitivity. I'm just a little afraid, that it might break
existing code, although I'm sure one will write a tool to convert source


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