Linked by Amjith Ramanujam on Mon 11th Aug 2008 14:55 UTC, submitted by Ward D
General Development For a technology that has been in stable release since May 22, 2000, PHP 4 has finally reached the end of its official life. With the release of PHP 4.4.9, official support has ended and the final security patch for the platform issued. With PHP 5 offering a viable upgrade path for the last few years, the recommendation is for addministrators and developers is to move to the PHP 5 platform (if they haven't already done so), which is currently at 5.2.6. For those who are not able to migrate their systems to the new version of PHP noted PHP security expert, Stefan Esser, will continue to provide third party security patching for the PHP 4 line through his Suhosin product.
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The title is right?
by eazel7 on Mon 11th Aug 2008 15:29 UTC
eazel7
Member since:
2007-09-09

I think it should be

'PHP 4 is Dead, Long Live PHP 5'

or are you trying to say that PHP 5 is the same thing as PHP 4?

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RE: The title is right?
by poundsmack on Mon 11th Aug 2008 15:45 in reply to "The title is right?"
poundsmack Member since:
2005-07-13

more like "the queen is dead, long live the queen"

so it is right as posted above. ;)

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RE[2]: The title is right?
by startxjeff on Mon 11th Aug 2008 17:25 in reply to "RE: The title is right?"
startxjeff Member since:
2006-09-29

Why not "PHP is dead, Long Live PHP" instead?

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RE: The title is right?
by Kroc on Mon 11th Aug 2008 15:56 in reply to "The title is right?"
Kroc Member since:
2005-11-10

When Software dies, there's often a scramble to keep it alive (through unofficial means).

What the title means is that now PHP4 is dead, may it live for long through the community.

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