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Closed, Open Source Share Compatibility Problems

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Over in the land of LAMP (Linux, Apache, MySQL and the scripting language of your choice that begins with P), they're discovering that backward compatibility is a bear.

Welcome to the world of serious software development.

I think far too many people don't realize that programs always end up with incompatibility problems. Even people who believe in running only Microsoft programs encounter this problem all the time.

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