On Fri, 18 May 2001, Rasmus Lerdorf wrote:

>> As long as these extensions are in there, I think changing any of their
>> API's is a justification for 4.x release.
>I disagree.  Since optional extensions are not a core part of the language
>and can be built and maintained separately, changes to them should not be
>the main cause for bumping the major version number of PHP.  Major Changes
>to the core of PHP or to any non-optional components should however.

Do you really think that average PHP user makes any difference between
extensions and the core? I don't think so. As long as they come in same
package..it's the same for them.


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