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.
Release Notes: This release should be the last one prior to PHP 4.3.3.
Release Notes: This should be the last release candidate prior to the final 4.3.3 release. Please test this release as much as possible so that any remaining issues can be uncovered and resolved.
Release Notes: This is the second release candidate. It should be nearly bug-free.
Release Notes: This is the fourth and final release candidate and should have no critical problems or bugs.
Release Notes: This release has fixes for the MySQL extension not be able to connect to a MySQL server, a crash in the COM extension when using an outproc server, SID logic in the session extension, the mbstring extension, including SJIS directory name handling and mb_output_buffer(), and a bug in socket_select() that could cause unexpected behavior when using a statement like $w = $e = array($sock). There is almost full DOM compliance for the domxml extension, and fixes for several functions. There are safe_mode checks for show_source(), parse_ini_file() and rmdir().
Release Notes: This release fixes bugs in PHP 4.1.0. The bugs that were fixed are not major ones, but they could be annoying if you get bitten by them. It is recommended that people who already upgraded to PHP 4.1.0 do not upgrade to PHP 4.1.1 unless they're experiencing one of the described bugs. No new features or security updates are available in this release.
No changes have been submitted for this release.