Well, I'm not sure about the 'you get what you pay for'. Some paid for software has less support and documentation than PHP!
"Justin French" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message [EMAIL PROTECTED]">news:[EMAIL PROTECTED]... > Greg, > > Your attitude stinks. > > PHP is a FREE scripting language. Think about the amount of money you are > probably charging hosting clients, or charging in web or programming > services, or making in site revenue, or whatever way you 'commercially > function' through PHP. > > The register globals 'imposition' IS more secure and encourages better > coding practices... would you prefer they made the change now, or in 5 years > when you have 100's more sites to fix. Better late than later. > > > If you want something that will never have a bug, never have a security > hole, performs perfectly from day 1, never has an upgrade/change, and will > never change for the better, you are utterly dreaming! > > The difference in this case is that the PHP Group aren't emptying your > wallet. > > > Sorry to hear that you'll have to do some more upgrading, but I'd keep the > complaining to yourself -- "you get what you pay for" springs to mind, but > in the case of PHP, we get a whole lot more. > > > Justin French > > > > > > > > > > on 23/07/02 2:55 AM, Greg Donald ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: > > > Not only did I get to re-write all my apps the past few months because of > > the new register_globals default that was imposed by `the php group`... > > > > Now I get to upgrade my PHP install once a month or so cause of new > > security holes.. Yay! > > > > Wasn't this new register_globals setting supposed to enhance security? > > > > How would you like to be a sys admin with dozens of machines to upgrade > > before you can proceed with anythign else? > > > > Can anyone say Ruby? > > > -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php