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developerWorks: What's New in PHP V5.2, Part 1

Mar 16, 2007, 04:30 (0 Talkback[s])
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"In November 2006, PHP V5.2 was released with many new features and bug fixes. It obsoletes the 5.1 release and is a recommended upgrade for any PHP V5 users. My favorite lab environment--Windows, Apache, MySQL, PHP (WAMP)--is rolled into a new package for V5.2 already. You will find an application there that will set up PHP V5.2, MySQL, and Apache on a Windows XP or 2003 machine. It's a piece of cake to install, has lots of nice little management goodies, and I recommend it wholeheartedly.

"While this is the easiest package for Windows users, you need to add the following when configuring PHP on Linux: --memory-limit-enabled (in addition to any other options appropriate for your server). Under Windows, however, there is a workaround function provided..."

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