On Mon, 25 Jun 2001, Zeev Suraski wrote:
>At 22:10 24/6/2001, Jani Taskinen wrote:
>>So this is broken now only on *nix? Nice.
>>Previously it worked only on unices, now it works only on win32?
>>What an improvement.
>Let's keep cynicism off this list, please...
>About the socket extension - this was discussed, and agreed upon that the
>way it worked was *wrong* and against the PHP spirit. The fact it was also
Okay..I don't remember this discussion. But I see the point.
>tagged as experimental makes it easier for us to change the API to a
>PHP-like API, even though it would have probably been the right thing to do
>even if it didn't have the experimental tag.
BTW. Have you noticed that I am now the one against breaking BC and
YOU want to do it? Did someone switch our brains or what? :)
>This does not come to say that it's ok that it's now broken under UNIX, or
>how the change was done (I don't remember so I won't comment about it). It
>does come to say that the general change was a good idea.
This is the reason I got pissed. It worked fine before the change..now
it's useless. But Sterling had some fixes pending. Maybe it's okay
after those are committed. Also, I would like to see the manual
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