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From Dean Gaudet <>
Subject Re: mod_perl vs apache-2.0
Date Tue, 17 Mar 1998 01:01:29 GMT
Yeah sorry I'm not disparaging either of you... I'm just lamenting the
difficulty in this :)

Live on the bleeding edge and all that. 


On Mon, 16 Mar 1998, Rasmus Lerdorf wrote:

> > No matter what Doug says, if he writes a module against a beta version of
> > 2.0 and we decide to change the API, tough luck.  We need time in which we
> > can do development, and experiment with the API, and right now we can't do
> > that easily because of conflicts with mod_perl or mod_php, or... maybe I'm
> > the only one that finds this annoying. 
> As far as I am concerned you can change whatever you want as long as it
> has a corresponding MMN bump.  It wouldn't make sense for Doug and myself
> to sit around and wait for 1.3 to be released before we started writing
> 1.3 compatible modules.  
> I haven't had too many complaints from PHP users about this.  They
> recognize that if they use a version of Apache that was released after the
> PHP module, then they might be asking for trouble and they will most
> likely have to get an updated PHP module.
> -Rasmus

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