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Latest PECL Releases for 04.02.2013
April 02, 2013 @ 07:07:12

Latest PECL Releases:
  • zip 1.11.0 - Added Zip64 support (large file support) - Added UTF-8 support for file names, file comments, and archive comments - Added zip_discard() - Added ZIP_TRUNCATE for zip_open() - Added zip_set_file_compression()

  • Judy 0.1.6 - Performance improvement from GitHub pull request #10 - Add countable spl interface from GitHub pull request #9

  • APCu 4.0.0 All opcode caching abilities removed The default locking is now rwlocks APCu API installed in build environment Please see TECHNOTES/README.md

  • pthreads 0.0.43 ::isTerminated to detect fatal errors and uncaught exceptions cast pthreads objects to array implement count on pthreads object implement selective inheritance (control what is available in the threaded context) fix crash when undefined dimension is accessed fix state detection when crash encountered

  • mongo 1.3.6 ** Improvement * [PHP-535] - Run commands on Replication Secondaries

  • event 1.5.1 Fix: EventBuffer::removeBuffer returned boolean instead of the number of bytes read Add: EventBuffer::fd property Change: EventBuffer class is not final any more

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