The work which will have to be done is the author, not all of the
users. So the 10K number is not all that relevant.
At 10:50 02/08/2001, George Schlossnagle wrote:
> > Yes, I was counting those too... It's still not a very large number
> > (probably in the range of dozens, or hundreds at the most, compared to
> > hundreds of thousands of users).
>Conservative estimates put the APC user community at just below 10,000
>people. I'm sure it's not the most popular 3rd party php extension out
> > Both binary and source compatibility will have good warnings for
> > and users (binaries will not load, source will not compile...), so there
> > should be no real obscure-crashes type of problems.
>I don't think the obscurity of the crash was at issue, just that a minor
>version bump-up would break an end-users install at all.
> > I don't know, it seems to me that bumping a version number because of an
> > API change which is transparent to end users is a bit odd, but if most
> > people think otherwise, it's very much possible...
> > Zeev
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