antony at zend.com
Tue Dec 27 21:31:49 UTC 2005
On 28.12.2005 00:06, Brian Moon wrote:
> We use the PHP API currently. The PECL version may be "faster" in
> tests, but in the real world, you just don't notice.
What a nonsense.. =)
> I also like being
> able to fiddle with the PHP code to make it work like I like it rather
> than having to mess with C code and recompile, etc. etc.
If you need to change it constantly, then you're doing something terribly wrong.
> That new PECL API is quite new.
Apparently, yes. New is new. New is not old. And vice versa.
> If I were you, I would not mark it
> stable for a while.
If I were you, I wouldn't talk about something that I didn't try or even see.
I'd appreciate if you try to use PECL/memcache and send your remarks/criticism/ideas about it to me and Mikael Johansson (mikl [at] php dot net),
or even better - to pecl-dev at lists.php.net.
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