Care to explain what are your
"compatibility" problems ? other than " Im
lazy and I dont want to change some code?"
if you work for your own this may
be right, but if you are working for b e l
o v e d customers you have to do some suboptimal things...
May be a more
consequent way of realising 64bit OS?
maybe they use the wrong way ? ;-)
you explain this? what could be reasons for two different 64bit layouts?
( i need some arguments against ubuntu ;) )
How is this
issue > seen by other packagers.
There is absolutely nothing to fix in this
case, PHP4 is swimming with
the fishes, let it rest in peace.
ok, php4 is dead, but i am interested in general aspects in 64 bit OS
design... why did suse choose this direction? seems to be for me a very
aggressiv way to push 64bit and cause developers to watch their steps of
cost of expensive patching/loss of older software?
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