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Closed, Open Source Share Compatibility Problems

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Closed, Open Source Share Compatibility Problems: Interesting take on the compatibility problems brought onto WordPress by the latest versions of Mysql running in “strict” mode as default. Especially poignant here because I see well greased programmers moving to the postgresql model because of a shift of ideologies of the mysql group. I should look into the added benefits that the strict model provides to the system.

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  1. Kevin says:

    Do you think wordpress will ever run on postgre?

  2. Oliver (2 comments.) says:

    Surely the answer to the whole backward compatibilty problem is for software developers to focus on allowing different versions to be installed simultaneously – a lot of problems go away.

    Although it can be fiddly this can certainly be done with PHP providing all but one installation runs as CGI (Not sure about MySQL – I’ve never actually installed it).



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