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Software News   Software News : OS4: Apache 1.3.34 with PHP 5.1.1 and MySQL 3.23.58
   posted by CygnusEd on 18-Jan-2006 17:46:34 (3260 reads)
New in this release:

* Includes latest version of PHP5. Following extensions are new in 5.1.1:
  - PDO-extension for a consistent interface for accessing databases.
    Includes these drivers:
    - sqlite2 (V 2.8.16)
    - sqlite (V 3.2.7)
    - mysql (V 3.23.58)
  - new date-extension with better timezone-support.
  - updated SimpleXML-extension V 1.151.2.7
  - updated SQLite-extension V 2.8.16
  - updated PCRE-extension V 6.2
* Includes the myApacheStarter-package V1.0 from Michael Christoph.
  Thanks to Michael!
* Added bcmath-extension for arbitrary precision mathematics functions.
* Added iconv-extension for character set conversion.
* Added Apache-info-module (mod_info) to get server configuration information.
* Lastest version of the mysql 3 client-library V 3.23.58 (PHP5 only).
* Fixed bug in strtol()- and strtoul()-function. Thanks to Michael Christoph!
* Recompiled with latest SDK an clib2.

You can download it at OS4depot
    

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Re: OS4: Apache 1.3.34 with PHP 5.1.1 and MySQL 3.23.58
Posted on 18-Jan-2006 18:02:39
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/me still waiting for a mysql server... Anyone ?


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Re: OS4: Apache 1.3.34 with PHP 5.1.1 and MySQL 3.23.58
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Edgar, are you the author of CED?.... Just wanted to say that it's the coolest editor ever! Any chanse of an AOS4 version?...
The ASCII scene has a lot to thank CED for! =)


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@spotUP

Oh no - it's not from me. 'Cygnus' is the latin word for 'Schwan', my family name. And 'ed' ... I think you will know

I would be proud to be the developer of CygnusEd. I still use this fantastic proggy.


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Thanks so much for your work CygnusED.


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Posted on 18-Jan-2006 20:27:32
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This is awesome work!


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@spotUP

Olaf Barthel (Mr Roadshow) is the actual maintainer of CygnusED.


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@CygnusEd
A BIG thank you.

@elwood
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me still waiting for a mysql server... Anyone ?

I second that.

Cheers,
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Thanks for the update. Keep them coming.
Very good work.


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Olaf Barthel.. aha.. so, I guess an OS4 native version is a possibility still then. Cool.

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/me still waiting for a mysql server... Anyone ?


Me too, but I discovered SQLite: it's very useful for my needs.

Thanks for this port, CygnusEd !

Ciao
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Cool, keep up the good work!


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Cool. PHP 5.1.1 has some nice improvements, PDO is maybe most important. PHP5.1.x is also much faster than 5.0.

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PDO-extension for a consistent interface for accessing databases


PDO is nice and it's important step forward, but it's not database abstraction layer really. PDO allows you to use consistent function interface, but you can still write SQL-query which does not work with all databases. You could eg. write query which works with MySQL but not with Oracle. You will still need some kind of database abstraction layer if you want your application to work anywhere. What's nice in PDO is that it's now possible to make that abstraction layer simplier and easier to maintain. PDO is also object oriented, old PHP database interface was not.

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