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Latest PECL Releases for 12.17.2013
December 17, 2013 @ 07:03:42

Latest PECL Releases:
  • gmagick 1.1.6RC2 Incorporate Remi's patch on php_gmagick_zval_to_double_array

  • riak 1.1.0 New features: Issue 50: vClock now gets read from object if not present in input, making vclock easier to work with. Issue 54: Conflict resolver can now be set on a bucket or passed along to the get function, which can make conflict resolving a lot easier. Issue 10: Automatic retry implemented and set to 1 retry by default Fixes: Issue 55: Implemented missing getter for last modified on object.

  • gmagick 1.1.6RC1 Additional method: Set and get stroke dash array (on GmagickDraw) Update version checks for method availability Updated existing tests and added new test

  • riak 1.1.1 Fixed windows build.

  • jsonc 1.3.3 - properly decode string value with null-byte - allow to build in php tree - drop confusing warning about JSON_BIGINT_AS_STRING - add E_NOTICE "integer overflow detected"

  • zip 1.12.3 - clean all uses of private libzip structure - allow to build in php tree

  • pecl_http 2.0.2 * Fixed bug #66250 (shutdown crash as shared extension)

  • pecl_http 2.0.3 * Fixed typo

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