No as 1.7.0 no longer contains php4, because php4 is no longer supported - try upgrading your scripts to work with php5 or download and install an older version of XAMPP, that has php4 included, from the SourceForge repository linked from the page below.If this possible with XAMPP v1.7.0 ???
My preference at this early stage of the slow progress in 64 bit software is the 32 bit version.Hacktor wrote:Okay, What Is then better to use with Xammp:
Windows XP Pro 32 bits or 64 bits version?
As far as I know all are 32 bit but should work on a 64 bit OS and only the developers of XAMPP and of course Apache, MySQL, FileZilla, Perl, and Mercury Mail would be able to answer when or if they will be 64 bit apps.Hacktor wrote:If I understand you not all the parts are 64 bits??? MySQL is for example still 32 bits????
Is this the only one that is 32 bits or are the other components also 32 bits??? Do you know which components are 64 bits and will Xammp ever be totally a 64 bits application???
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