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Ilia Alshanetsky's Blog:
PHP 5.2.0RC5 is out!
October 06, 2006 @ 07:28:00

Ilia Alshanetsky has an announcement on his blog today about the release of the next candidate for the upcoming PHP 5.2 series - PHP 5.2.0RC5.

After 2 weeks of inaction 5.2.0 final release is finally in sight. A few minutes ago I've released the last (I mean it this time) release candidate of 5.2.0, RC5. If all goes well a week from now 5.2.0 final will be out ready for use. In the meantime I'd like to ask once again that everyone try this RC, which can downloaded from here.

I don't think you'd be able to find any major issues or regressions in this RC, but if you do certainly let me know, if necessary RC6 is not out of the question.

The more this new release is downloaded and tested, the faster we all get PHP 5.2 - so get out there and get testing!

The Windows builds have also already been created courtesy of Edin Kadribasic.

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DynamicWebPages.de:
PHP 5.1.0RC5 Released
November 17, 2005 @ 05:52:57

In a new note from DynamicWebPages today, there's an announcement of the posting of PHP 5.1.0RC5 over on Ilia's download site.

Ilia Alshanetsky, release manager of the coming version 5.1, released today the fifth Release Candidate in the 5.1 series. In the last RC there were still some errors that were found, but they should be repaired with this RC. Like always you all are called for testing.

You can download this latest release candidate from Ilia's downloads.php.net site...

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