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PHP 5.1.6 Released

[08.24.2006] The PHP development team would like to announce the immediate availability of PHP 5.1.6. This release contains a fix for memory_limit restriction on 64 bit systems that was not included in PHP 5.1.5
Which framework are you going to use?

[06.23.2006] "Which framework are you going to use? It is a challenging question", Wolfgang Drews writes. You are exposed to an umpteen number of frameworks...
Five Best Next Generation PHP Frameworks

[06.18.2006] Gone are the days of coding entire PHP applications from scratch. The five forerunners for the next generation of PHP frameworks are Symfony, CakePHP, Zend Framework, Avagi and PHP Trax...
SUSE Security Announcement - PHP 4, PHP 5 Problems

[06.16.2006] SUSE has announced fixes for the multiple PHP4/5 security problems in several versions of its Linux distribution. . The flaw involved remote code execution. The latest update fixes the following...
PHPMyAdmin Cannot Co-Exist with Too Many Tables

[06.15.2006] "If you are using 'phpmyadmin' on a database with 1500 or more tables, you may experience problems", Ana Aman writes in a recent post on her blog. According to Ana, 'phpmyadmin' cannot operate ...
PHP 5.1.4 Released

[05.05.2006] A critical bug with $_POST array handling as well as the FastCGI sapi have been discovered in PHP 5.1.3. A new PHP release 5.1.4 is now available to address these issues. All PHP users are encouraged to upgrade to this release as soon as possible.

Further details about this release can be found in the release announcement and the full list of changes is available in the PHP 5 ChangeLog.

PHP 5.1.1 Released

[11.28.2005] The PHP Development Team would like to announce the immediate release of PHP 5.1.1.
This is a regression correction release aimed at addressing several issues introduced by PHP 5.1.0, the core changes as follows:
  • Native date class is withdrawn to prevent namespace conflict with PEAR's date package.
  • Fixed fatal parse error when the last line of the script is a PHP comment.
  • eval() hangs when the code being evaluated ends with a comment.
  • Usage of \{$var} in PHP 5.1.0 resulted in the output of {$var} instead of the $var variable's value enclosed in {}.
  • Fixed inconsistency in the format of PHP_AUTH_DIGEST between Apache 1 and 2 sapis.
  • Improved safe_mode/open_basedir checks inside the cURL extension.
The complete details about all of the changes can be found in the PHP 5 ChangeLog.

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