Home > General Development > PHP 4.3.3 ReleasedPHP 4.3.3 Released Submitted by Banzai 2003-08-26 General Development 12 CommentsPHP developers have just released PHP 4.3.3. This release fixes a large number of bugs and all users of PHP are urged to upgrade. Full list of fixes can be found in the news file . Read the release announcement here About The Author David AdamsFollow me on Twitter @david_adams 12 Comments 2003-08-26 6:01 pm “This released fixes a large number of bugs and all users of PHP to upgrade. Full list of fixes can be found in the NEWS file.”I mean, just read that sentence above..First sentence doesn’t make sense, and the second is a fragment.Proof-Reader JLS 2003-08-26 6:18 pm Broken sentences are fixed. Sometimes it’s hard to see mistakes when you’re reading sentences that are sprinkled with HTML code. 2003-08-26 8:59 pm OSnews? PHP? Euh…. 2003-08-27 12:02 am if you use fastcgi (mostly windows users) this release has the long awaited 404 error fix. No more “cannot connect to fastcgi server” 2003-08-27 12:04 am how do you use PHP + OpenSSL on Windows? What I want to do is connect via SSL to an LDAP server but when I try to use the port for SSL – PHP hangs. I read something about a .cnf file but it is not included in 4.3.3?Please help, thanks in advance 2003-08-27 1:02 am When will they make a GUI to run PHP scripts and a Visual Programming Environment for coding it. They have them for Perl. 2003-08-27 7:19 am “When will they make a GUI to run PHP scripts and a Visual Programming Environment for coding it”You already have one if you’re using Linux and KDE: Kedit.It has an option that switches colors to the different functions of PHP but you should save it firt like a PHP file. Also it can show or hide you functions like “while” or “if” to make the code more easy to see. But this features only work with the newest version, it’s included in Mandrake 9.1 distro. I think you can find more programs like this one on the net. Good luck! 2003-08-27 9:02 am It was also fixed in the 4.3.3 release candidates, but there was a bad bug for all Oracle 9i + OCI8 users (“–with-oracle –with-oci8”) in PHP 4.3.2 – basically, non-root users couldn’t run standalone PHP scripts [it tried to allocate shared memory and crashed]. All is sweetness and light in the 4.3.3 release though… 2003-08-27 12:46 pm I’ve installed php 4.3.3 on my win box. I created a php file called phpinfo.php with one line <? phpinfo () ?> code. When I accessed it through localhost/phpinfo.php … I get right at the top…PHP Version 4.3.1 huh ??? 2003-08-27 2:53 pm you either previous had v4.3.1 installed or you downloaded the the wrong version.What OS are you running (windows, linux, freebsd etc)? 2003-08-27 4:17 pm I downloaded php-4.3.3-win32.zip … Im using my MsWindow box. My previous php was 4.3.2 … maybe 4.3.1 was my old installation. But how do I ensure that Im using the 4.3.3 ? I have deleted dir containing php-4.3.2 … & there’s no other php dir except the 4.3.3 … 2003-08-27 4:30 pm I tried it out, but you can still read my emails without decrypting them.