it a coding standard.
and all current extensions as well as the whole PEAR framework follow this rule. So for consistency i readd it. # Also we had the discussion onece and decided for this. # Lookup the archieves
assert() usage is a controversial concept at best. docref() is something quite a few of us strong disagree with. suspending this until further discussion.
No instances yet. And it does not work with #if 0_FOO but with #if FOO_0
emalloc() and friends in place of the standard C library functions.
PHP_FUNCTION -> ZEND_FUNCTION
#did i write those? shame on me for not knowing my own functions
-say NULL is intended -correct example #hope this is a bit easier to understand and clears it a bit
Added more description for use of assert().
# I still don't know what a 'tag search' is...
some misguided RINIT and RSHUTDOWN calls in a few fringe extensions
There are a few touch-ups in this commit, too.