Wednesday, November 30, 2005

Immediate release of PHP 5.1.1

This is a regression correction release aimed at addressing several
issues that may cause issues for some applications. The main fixes
found in this release include the following:

* Native date class is withdrawn to prevent namespace conflict with
PEAR's date package.
* Fixed fatal parse error when the last line of the script is a PHP
* eval() hangs when the code being evaluated ends with a comment.
* Usage of \{$var} in PHP 5.1.0 resulted in the output of {$var}
of the $var variable's value enclosed in {}.
* Fixed inconsistency in the format of PHP_AUTH_DIGEST between Apache 1
and 2 sapis.
* Improved safe_mode/open_basedir checks inside the cURL extension.

The full details of the changes in PHP 5.1.1 can be found here:

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