Release Notes: Stability under Windows was increased, error handling was improved, several new features were added, and lots of bug fixes were made.
Release Notes: Highlights of this release include support for new Web servers (Zeus, Netscape Enterprise, and the Apache Win32 module), improved portability of the Unix build framework, and tons of bug fixes. The developers expect this to be the final release candidate before PHP 4.0.
Release Notes: Support for gd-1.8, ucd-snmp 4.1, and high-resolution timers on OS/2, and OpenBSD support has been improved considerably.
Release Notes: Fixes for a couple of issues and security concerns. If you are using PHP's safe mode feature, you are urged to upgrade to the latest release.
Release Notes: Unfortunately, a last-minute buglet crept into Beta 4, which prevented PHP from working properly if the 'magic quotes' feature was turned off. This has been fixed, and Beta 4 was repackaged as Beta 4 patch level 1. The new release is available as both new packages and as a diff file against the original Beta 4.
Release Notes: With built-in XML support, a load of new features, and a large number of bug fixes, this Beta is expected to be the last on the beta cycle of PHP 4.0.
Release Notes: This is a minor bugfix release to fix an obscure safe-mode bug reported on bugtraq along with an annoying GD-related configure script problem. If you are not using safe-mode and your GD is working fine, there is no need to upgrade from 3.0.13. On the Windows side, the slightly broken 3.0.13 distribution has been fixed and the 3.0.14 ZIP file now contains all the needed files.
Release Notes: Many bugfixes, and new features like support for GNU recode, portable access to stdio streams, enhanced FTP support, support for Mcal and IMSP, and PNG functions for gd.