> > >>I think, it would be nice to add information to one place, the > > documentation > > >>about Apache 2 support. > > >> > > >> 1. It's not production ready > > > > > Ah yes - but that will contradict greatly, to "the best version yet" > > marketing > > > trick the Apache Group is advertising on their front page. > > > We can mention it to users, in the bug db etc. But officially > > documenting, that > > > Apache 2 is really a beta product, doesn't really express consistency, > > > between > > > the "family". > > > >I thought it more from another point of view: the support for apache2 > >in php is not production stable ,e.g. the sapi in php :-) > > That's exactly what is the perception. I can live with that, but it's not > very > stimulating for the people that work on apachefilter. > Since the 'official' release, Apache has changed it's API breaking BC 2 > times > already. How can extension developers work on improvement then?
For sure I don't want to blame anybody working on the php sapi for apache2 nor discourage them :-) I believe they do their best... > >Maybe this is due to the fact (?) that apache2 is still beta (I really > >don't know) but form the php-side point of view, php-versions are not > >production stable in conjunction with apache2. > > Maybe for windows it's the better version - I have no idea. > For unix it's far from that. > > > As Derick said, I don't > >think this will hurt someone of the apachegroup. > > Fine with me - we all know better -;) ;-) Friedhelm -- +++ GMX - Mail, Messaging & more http://www.gmx.net +++ NEU: Mit GMX ins Internet. Rund um die Uhr für 1 ct/ Min. surfen! -- PHP Development Mailing List <http://www.php.net/> To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php