I must agree with Andi here. I've seen people who obviously
didn't read the migration notes when upgrading from 3.0.x to
4.0. Of course, that's their fault, but that's the way it
At 17:25 10.5. 2001, Andi Gutmans wrote the following:
>At 01:39 PM 5/10/2001 +0200, Jani Taskinen wrote:
>>On Thu, 10 May 2001, Zeev Suraski wrote:
>>>What does that mean that it takes 'too long', though. Too long for
>>>what? I don't see any strong reason to nuke it at all, definitely not in
>>>the near future.
>>>Remember people, there are millions of users out there who don't appreciate
>>>us at all for every downwards-compatibility break that we make, and for a
>>Hmm..I haven't seen millions of emails about ANY downwards-compatibility
>>break. I haven't seen ANY emails about them. So where do they send them?
>>If you tell in e.g. NEWS file "This version will break this and that"
>>why would anyone get pissed? They had been warned. Let them use the old
>I think what you are missing is that most PHP users aren't php-dev guys who dive into
>every little change in the NEWS file. I think many people expect to download a new
>minor version which includes additions & fixes.
>In my opinion only bigger version number changes make people actually look closer as
>to what has changed.
>People here often forget that they aren't the average PHP user but the very advanced
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And the eyes of them both were opened and they saw that their files
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