[csw-users] [csw-maintainers] PHP5 and extentions now in Testing
mwatters at opencsw.org
Fri Mar 13 15:34:28 CET 2009
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Joseph Kwan wrote:
> Mike Watters wrote:
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>> compile version 5.2.6 with extensions (version not changed)
>> recompile only to build the extensions.
> Will there be an updated php5 at some point? I'm getting
> a few notices about security problems with pre 5.2.8
> And it doesn't seem there's patches to resolve these,
> just new version releases.
> Joe Kwan
> Joseph Kwan, Sr. Network/Systems Analyst
> Radar Science and Engineering (Section 334)
> Jet Propulsion Laboratory / MS 300-235
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> maintainers at lists.opencsw.org
Yes I just started getting those.
when I took over the package, 5.2.6 was the stable release, 5.2.7 was pulled due to the magic_quotes_gpc bug.
I will start prepping for the update to 5.2.9.
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The PHP development team would like to announce the immediate availability of PHP 5.2.9.
This release focuses on improving the stability of the PHP 5.2.x branch with over 50 bug fixes,
several of which are security related. All users of PHP are encouraged to upgrade to this release.
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