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Re: What are the use cases for Forbid/Permit ?
Posted on 29-Oct-2021 8:19:13
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@Birbo

update

they "solve" F/P problem by change API.

This is pure BS.
If API is changed and this breaks compatibility it should be changed to something reliable and widely used.
Like unix for example.

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