1.7.2 temprorary removed eAccelerator, and dbx ?

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1.7.2 temprorary removed eAccelerator, and dbx ?

Postby bigpcman » 16. August 2009 18:09

In the change log for 1.7.2 I noticed the following:

"New version of PHP (5.3.0), but temprorary removed eAccelerator, and dbx because of missing support for this release of PHP."

Does this mean there will be a 1.7.2a to resolve the eAccelerator and dbx issues relatively soon, or a 1.7.3 release much later. I'm just trying to decide whether to upgrade or not to 1.72.
edit: Looks like Bart is working on the problem. Perhaps php 5.2.9 with eAccelerator 0.9.5.3 would be a better combination.
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1 Jul 14, 2009 - Bart Vanbrabant
2 ------------------------------
3
4 * Release 0.9.6 rc1
5 The theme of this release is: back to basics! All non essential functions
6 are removed from eAccelerator. This means that the optimizer and the
7 keys, content and session functions.
8
9 Changes in this version:
10 - Support for PHP 5.3.
11 - The encoder is removed
12 - The optimizer is removed
13 - The user cache function are removed
14 - The minimal PHP version supported is no 5.1
15 - Some internal refactoring to clean the code up
16 - Fixed some bugs (and probably added some)
17
18 May 18, 2008 - Bart Vanbrabant
19 ------------------------------
20 * Released 0.9.5.3
21 An other 0.9.5 maintenance release
22 Changes in this version (from 0.9.5.2)
23 - Remove an unlock statement that shouldn't be there. This should
24 fix the problems reported in #232 and a lot of related bugs.
25 Thanks to Terry Duncan for the fix!
26
27 September 03, 2007 - Bart Vanbrabant
28 ------------------------------------
29 * Released 0.9.5.2
30 Changes in this version (from 0.9.5.1)
31 - This release fixes the optimizer bugs with php 5.2 that caused
32 exception handlers to be optimized out.
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