|| at Jul 2, 2013 at 10:35 am
2013/7/2 Matteo Beccati <firstname.lastname@example.org
Raising an E_WARNING will most likely mean that it needs to be
suppressed in some way, which I think is not necessary.
I'm all for returning false when the input is invalid. However, given
the behaviour change, I suppose it would be PHP 5.next material.
If pg_unecape_bytea() returns FALSE, it means there is obvious bug
or some kind of attack.
Users should be prepared for unexpected errors not only pg_escape_bytea()
but also many other functions anyway.
It does not hart any application, so it's good to have 5.5. IMHO.