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Php 5

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by iti, Jun 19, 2004.

  1. iti

    iti Active Member

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    Once PHP 5 has released their stable candidate, when after do you think cPanel will have it added to easyapache?
     
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    It'll be a while.

    PHP 5, is a huge step, and probably won't be in right away.

    Chew
     
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    Agreed. Apache 2.0 has been out for a long time now and its still not in, so it looks like php 4.3.7 is the best your going get for now at least.

    I guess it really depends on when the stable and secure version comes out, and what the demand for it is. The cpanel attitude is Why fix it if aint broke?
     
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    iti Active Member

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    I'm just excited to use the tidy functions!

    I want to convert my HTML to XHTML.



    I'll just manually install it I guess.
    no biggy.


    thanks :)
     
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    apache 2 isn't implemented yet because a lot of apache modules cpanel depends on (i.e. mod_bandwidth etc.) aren't yet working well on apache 2.

    i think cpanel will be very quick in bringin out a buildapache version with cpanel 5 for beta testers.
     
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    iti Active Member

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    Objects, not functions... sorry.
     
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    iti Active Member

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    That's what I was thinking... They seem to be on the ball with that.
     
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    B12Org Well-Known Member

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    Cpanel 5? :confused:

    Do you mean php5?
     
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    lol yes
     
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    Cool, thats what I thought :p Just wanted to make sure lol
     
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    Just install the I'm just excited to use the tidy objects as a library (.so) on php4.3.8
     
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