> 2.  I don't like to mess with working applications (other
> session-enabled PHP apps on the server).

Well, you can set it on a per-directory basis in your httpd.conf file.

> 4.  WDDX as a session serializer is likely significantly less tested
> than the native serializer, and this is not the type of application
> where I can afford to be a beta tester.

WDDX has been tested pretty well.  Perhaps not in the context of session
serialization, but that shouldn't matter.

> 5.  I'd rather not incur the additional overhead that WDDX will likely
> institute if I make it my default session serializer.

Well, then the definitive definition of serialize() is the C source code
for the function which is readily available.


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