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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 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 release features the Zend Engine 2. XML support has been completely redone, and SQLite is now bundled. Due to issues surrounding the MySQL 4.0 license, MySQL is no longer bundled with PHP.