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Ilia Alshanetsky's Blog:
PHP 5.2.0 RC1 Released!
July 24, 2006 @ 13:55:42

Ilia Alshanetsky notes in this new post on his blog today that the latest release candidate of the PHP 5.x series has been released - PHP 5.2.0 RC1.

Given that it took a few months to reach this point and addition of new features was allowed the changelog already looks extremely impressive.

Some of the key changes include things like 3 new extensions (filter, json and zip), the date extension had the rest of its functionality enabled, much work was done in terms of getting PHP 5.2 to run faster and more efficiently (in terms on memory usage). There have also been nearly 80 bug fixes made to existing functionality, which hopefully translates to a more stable release.

This latest edition can be downloaded from:

And, as ususal, testing and feedback is definitely requested to help work out as many kinks as possible.

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