[PHP] Re: [PHP-DEV] feature-request : html + css logging in apache logs (example for the rest of the unix community too)
- Date: Sun, 28 Aug 2016 07:09:25 +0200
- From: Rene Veerman <rene.veerman.netherlands@xxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: [PHP] Re: [PHP-DEV] feature-request : html + css logging in apache logs (example for the rest of the unix community too)
I'm not insisting it become the default, just thought it'd be handy..
As for the RFC, i'll do it after a nice long nap OK :)
I dont know anything about the internals of PHP, i'm a PHP + HTML developer
exclusively, but i'll try to give you some implementation suggestions in
what i can make of that RFC..
On Sun, Aug 28, 2016 at 5:56 AM, Kalle Sommer Nielsen <kalle@xxxxxxx> wrote:
> 2016-08-28 5:07 GMT+02:00 Rene Veerman <rene.veerman.netherlands@xxxxxxxxx
> > <snip>
> > it would really cut my development time in more than half if you could
> > "all of this" (it's deadsimple and a few hours work imo) to the next
> > versions of PHP (and please make it the default, you can include sample
> > or read in a CSS file that you set in php.ini (comment on how to do this
> > the logfile html please))..
> The best way to accomplish this is to make an RFC, detailing this
> carefully, in a well-phrased manner.
> Side note here, despite it may be "deadsimple", it may not be so
> simple to just change PHP to act as you want in the next release, PHP
> is used by hundreds of millions, this means that anything that can
> change PHP's behavior must be analyzed, and it is very rarely we do
> such changes in minor releases. This means that the next release, if
> you write an RFC, should target PHP 7.2.0.
> For a feature like you propose, or as to how I read it, it would most
> likely never become default, but if it did get implemented in PHP, it
> would most likely be an opt-in feature. Sorry, but it is the harsh
> Again, like mentioned on the php-general@ list, please keep to the
> mailing list rules, as linked in regards to top posting, and please do
> not embed huge chunks of code into mails, send a link to a paste bin
> instead, it makes the code rather hard to read and understand
> properly. Thanks
>  http://wiki.php.net/rfc
> Kalle Sommer Nielsen
> PHP Core Developer