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Mon Jun 14 19:55:11 UTC 2010
Perhaps the best argument is this: Going with PHP4 will very likely end up costing you more in the long run, what with unanticipated incompatibility of contributed modules to potential security flaws in PHP4 itself. It is likely more cost effective to go with a host, even a more expensive host, that does support php5.
On Jun 14, 2010, at 12:09 PM, Domenic Santangelo wrote:
> Hypothetically, if a client wanted you to build a Drupal site (complexity of say, 2, where 10 is economist.com) and they insisted on a specific host -- and this host only supports php4, what would you tell them? So far I've got,
> -Core will work but many contribs will not (filefield, date, ubercart, etc)
> -Prepare for added development time that you wouldn't have to otherwise pay for
> What would you say, hypothetically? Any official stance on php4 from d.o?
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