dmaziuk at bmrb.wisc.edu
Tue Oct 3 13:02:42 EDT 2017
On 10/03/2017 10:56 AM, Keith Seyffarth wrote:
>>> One thing to be said for Django is that at least it doesn't pull in PHP.
>> You have to admit though, php scripts from 10 years ago still work.
> Well, not all of them... Some things have been deprecated, and some odd
> work-arounds for shortcomings no longer behave the way they did because
> bugs have been corrected or loopholes closed.
Oh, come on. It was just a snark.
RedHat in particular is notorious for patching their RPMs without
bumping major version numbers. That's how they provide their "stable API
platform". As a result your PHP may report it's at version X, but the
actual bugfixes and security features are from version Z.a.svn13378337.
Go figure out which fine manual you need to read to figure out what
incompatible improvements you couldn't live without all these years your
PHP installation has today.
Film at 11.
BioMagResBank, UW-Madison -- http://www.bmrb.wisc.edu
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