The Open Source project unveiled on Thursday, September 13 two new updates to the server-side scripting language. They come to fix 20 bugs.
Two new updates of PHP were made available to the community yesterday. PHP 5.4.7 and PHP 5.3.17 come to correct 20 bugs. Among them two bugs are fixed: #62955 (only one directive was loaded from the Windows registry “Per Directory Values”), and #62460 (installation of the cli/cgi SAPI binary as binary.dSYM instead of the simple binary). The full list of changes made is available on the project website.
PHP Group strongly encourages developers and system administrators to upgrade their platforms quickly.