Costin Manolache wrote:
Remy Maucherat wrote:

IE is still (unfortunately) the browser used by a lot of people, and if
there is a way to work around IE brokeness - I think it's a good idea to do it.

Complaining to M$ doesn't work - people will just end up buying IIS instead :-)

Seriously, not sure why is the veto invalid - if the choice is between

Because the change is integrated in all 5.x stable releases, and because it is just too old. It should be plainly obvious.

having it working for 90% of the people and doing it 'right' - it is worth probably more discussion and a pragmatic decision :-) I would vote for fixing it for the 90% of people - at least until IE gets down to some 49%.

The issue obviously does not affect 90% of people (if it was, we'd have more than a few people complaining, it should be obvious ...), as the IE bug is a specific situation, unlike what Keith's FUD would want to show. However, it used to completely break Mozilla under SSL (as a compromise, I asked for Keith to show good faith and test it again, but all he seemed to be interested in is least effort in getting his patch in).


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