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October 10, 2006, 2:16 pm
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I heard they recently added wisdom to php so that even if short open tags
are enabled, they will not be confused with <?xml ?>, but that's only since
php 5.?.? version.
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They're not deprecated at the moment and I couldn't find anything saying they
would be from a quick search; the few relevant hits that came up from PHP
development mailing lists implied it's not going to be.
However, using short_open_tags is not recommended and hasn't been for some
time - but that's not the same as being deprecated.
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