On Mon, Jul 09, 2001 at 09:58:19PM +0300, Zeev Suraski wrote:
> > Could you explain to me how a completely optional change
> > which people need to enable explicitly can break PHP?
> Abstracting the scanner interface, and putting it into PHP, breaks the
> whole structure of PHP. Would it work? Of course, I trust you tested
> it. A lot of things that would work are things that are wrong, and that
> break PHP, from a structural point of view.
At this point, based on everyone's comments so far, it seems
we're left with two reasonable options:
1. Implement Sascha's abstracted scanner interface,
2. Ask Sascha to maintain his scanner as a separate
(optional) patch that replaces the existing flex
Both of these options assume that each party's stance on the
license situation will remain incompatible with the other's for
the time being.
Jon Parise ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) . Rochester Inst. of Technology
http://www.csh.rit.edu/~jon/ : Computer Science House Member
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