[wp-hackers] WordPress 3

Robin Adrianse robin.adr at gmail.com
Mon May 21 22:34:54 GMT 2007

I'm with Brian. I have yet to be convinced that moving to PHP 5 is feasible,
considering the current hosting situation. Personally, I could code without
PHP 5's features, but I would much rather do with. The way I see it, all
we've managed in this thread is to reiterate the same points over and over

On 5/21/07, Brian Layman <Brian at thecodecave.com> wrote:
> > It's pretty safe to say that this conversation contradicts that.
> Well, I certainly don't see any headway being made despite any recent
> posts.
> >> that will build the case for PHP 5.  Right now, I would be
> >> shocked if this part of the thread ended in a definate:
> >> PHP 5 WILL or WILL NOT be in WordPress 3
> > There's no question that PHP5 will "be in" WordPress 3.
> > The only question is whether it's a requirement, which is not that
> difficult a question.
> Oh, good grief... If I wasn't talking about a "PHP5 requirement" what
> the heck would I have been talking about?!?!  It's been the subject of
> this whole rambling branch of the thread for the last two days.  And
> while it may not be a difficult question in your opinion, it is fairly
> plain that there isn't a clear consensus.
> I'm sure the subject will come up again closer to the time of the wp3
> release.
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