[nycphp-talk] What breaks in 4.3?
chun_lam at hotmail.com
Sat Feb 1 22:59:31 EST 2003
I think file() was never meant to write at all. It is meant for reading a
file. If it did, it would more be a bug.
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When I upgraded I noticed on windows that the
file() function no longer writes to the hard disk
in windows. This worked in 4.2.3 last i checked.
Adam Fields wrote:
> On Thu, Jan 30, 2003 at 11:56:28AM -0500, Adam Fields wrote:
> > I'm planning on upgrading from 4.1 to 4.3. I've heard some reports
> > that some things break in 4.3, but no specifics.
> > What should I be on the lookout for?
> I posted this message a few days ago, but no response.
> Has anyone here upgraded to 4.3? Did it work well for you?
> - Adam
> Adam Fields, Managing Partner, fields at surgam.net
> Surgam, Inc. is a technology consulting firm with strong background in
> delivering scalable and robust enterprise web and IT applications.
evan.heller at alum.rpi.edu
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