At 10:01 24/10/2002, Yasuo Ohgaki wrote:
Too few? It's 3 times more than the votes in favour, and now it's 4 times more. Too weak? That's your opinion, and it doesn't weigh more than others'.Melvyn Sopacua wrote:At 02:51 24-10-2002, Alan Knowles wrote:Im +1 for reverting the patch - (for what it's worth)My thoughts exactly. Defaults should work for the masses - it's not like it's enforced behavior, that is irreversible.
Well - most 'average' (and below) PHP programmers when attempting to do CLI programming, will get a serious WTF reaction from wondering why when they 'echo' stuff, it doesnt appear. The more advanced Users can manually turn off flushing, but for most small, quick scripts (eg. 50%+), this instant flush is going to be perfectly acceptable..
? Which mass ? Are you going to insist most scripts need inefficient auto flushing? Have you ever used other programming languages? I don't get it, but this is the 3rd vote. Too few still and reasoning is too weak.
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