Some compatibility problems were reported following the release of SLOODLE 1.0, and they largely appear to centre around the object-oriented plugin system I developed for the Presenter module.
The idea is fairly simple. The SLOODLE core or 3rd party developers can create plugin classes to extend the functionality. These will all belong to a structured inheritance hiearchy, and will be automatically detected and loaded by the SLOODLE framework. However, it has been a big challenge maintaining compatibility for both PHP4 and PHP5, given that the object orientation of the language has changed so much in that time.
After considerable efforts, I think I’ve finally found the solution, and it’s infuriatingly inelegant. Read more PHP4/5: Object orientation and compatibility