[geeklog-devel] PHP 4.4 vs. 4.3

Vincent Furia vfuria at gmail.com
Fri Jun 11 16:50:49 EDT 2010


I'd like to resurrect this topic. Perhaps soon (now maybe?) would be a good
time to broach this subject on Geeklog.net. That way people can start
planning for the next release of Geeklog to require PHP 5.?.

That, and I'd like to tell Vlad that he can use PHP 5 functionality to make
his coding a bit easier.


On Sun, Mar 14, 2010 at 1:31 PM, Dirk Haun <dirk at haun-online.de> wrote:

> Abhinav Chittora wrote:
> >Since PHP 4 have no longer support by the PHP community ( there is no more
> >security updates)
> As I said, some Linux distros still support it (I thought Ubuntu 8.04
> LTS was one of them, but looks like I was wrong there). That includes
> backported security patches, from my understanding.
> Anyway, I'd like us to make a clean cut. And that should come with
> advance notice to the community and a good look around the code to get
> rid of any remaining PHP 4-specific workarounds. All this requires time
> that, at this point, I'd rather invest in getting the next release ready
> for the targeted April release.
> Of course this also means that any code produced during GSoC (should we
> be selected to participate again) can be PHP 5-only.
> bye, Dirk
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