> In a few words:
> For a webserver: ban dl()
> For generic scripting: keep dl()

What's really the point of protecting people from their stupidity.  If
you're going to keep it in the generic scripting engine (which I think has
lots of value), why not keep it in the webserver engine as well. There are
plenty of php extensions which, imho, operate way to slow to called on a
busy production site.  Does that mean they should be eliminated?  No, it
means they should just be used with a 'buyer-beware' mentality.


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