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PHP 5.2.4 Released

PostPosted: 31. August 2007 03:20
by delftdamage
PHP 5.2.4 Released!

Maybe it's too quick after xampp 1.6.3a, but I would like it if you guys start the compiler again :twisted:

I remember you've said once that you would like to keep xampp up-to-date, so I guess it's just a matter of time :roll:

PostPosted: 31. August 2007 17:04
by delftdamage
Also I want phpMyAdmin 2.11.0 :shock:

PostPosted: 01. September 2007 10:19
by Izzy
I think you will find that the developers are fully aware of any new versions of any of the XAMPP components as soon as they become available and usually instigate them in a beta release first to identify any issues that might arise before a 'Final' version is released.

Already the latest version of php is available in the Linux 1.6.4 beta 1 release.
Usually not long after, the Windows release is made available.

It is often advisable to keep your eye on this forum:
and the above page for announcements of impending new releases.

I would say they are working on the next Windows release with updated components as I type this reply. :wink:

Take a look at the new DeskTopXampp launch control posted by ridgewood: ... 967#103967

The DeskTopXampp launch control for XAMPP and XAMPPlite (DTX.exe)
is available here:

I highly recommend DTX.

PostPosted: 01. September 2007 14:08
by delftdamage
Nice, I'll wait for it.

I've read that phpmyadmin 2.11.0 is the last version supporting php4.

So in the future they can start to rip out php4 in xampp ;)

Maybe it's not necessary for 1.6.4
But when the new phpmyadmin comes out it's not supported anymore, so I guess 1.6.5 will be php5 only

PostPosted: 05. September 2007 17:58
by delftdamage
Pff it's a week ago now since my post.

Isn't it possible to download the new PHP an PHPmyAdmin and overwrite the files manually in the xampp folder?

I really need it because of the exploits that are made public now.

PostPosted: 07. September 2007 19:11
by delftdamage
Nice, I see the linux beta has apache, php and phpmyadmin updates ;)
Now I'll just wait for teh win32 version!
Thanxs for the work