Release Notes: This release is made in response to several security issues that have been discovered.
Release Notes: The bundled GD library was synchronized with GD 2.0.23. A bug that prevented compilation of GD extensions against FreeType 2.1.0-2.1.2 was fixed. A thread safety issue with informix connection id was fixed. Incorrect resolving of relative paths by glob() in Windows was fixed. Mapping of Greek letters to HTML entities was fixed. A bug that caused a crash on shutdown when using PHP with Apache 2.0.49 was fixed. A number of crashes inside the pgsql, cpdf, and gd extensions were fixed. This release fixes over 30 bugs that have been discovered since the 4.3.6 release.
Release Notes: This release fixes about 20 bugs, some of which prevented PHP from functioning correctly in threaded environments such as Windows.
Release Notes: Aside from major fixes, this release resolves over 140 various bugs and implementational problems.
Release Notes: This fourth beta of PHP 5 is scheduled to be the last one (barring unexpected surprises, such as those that occurred with beta 3). This beta incorporates dozens of bugfixes since Beta 3, rewritten exceptions support, improved interfaces support, new experimental SOAP support, and lots of other improvements.
Release Notes: This beta incorporates dozens of bug fixes, better XML support, and many other improvements.
Release Notes: This version now features the Zend Engine 2, and XML support has been completely redone. SQLite has been bundled. Streams have been greatly improved, including the ability to access low-level socket operations on streams.
Release Notes: This version fixes disk_total_space() and disk_free_space() under FreeBSD. It also fixes FastCGI support and is now compatible with Mac OS X Panther.
Release Notes: This version includes bugfixes for the mail() and html_entity_decode() functions and a fix for crash that was encountered in PHP itself. There were also several other bugfixes.
Release Notes: This release candidate contains only bugfixes, so it should be quite stable.