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Lukas Smith's Blog:
Its like everybody sees the wall coming...
October 20, 2006 @ 07:38:00

Despite the release candidates for PHP 5.2.0 marching on, Lukas Smith still has some misgivings about some of the functionality being introduced in the release - specifically about the fatal errors that are going to break a lot of (working) object oriented functionality.

Anyways I just posted the following email to internals in a list attempt to get some of the people with php-dev karma to lift their finger.

In the message, he notes the change he's looking for and a suggestion to get it included before RC6 of the series gets released (which has been released as of this post already).

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