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From:Colin Charles Date:April 18 2006 3:31pm
Subject:[ANNOUNCE] MySQL Connector/PHP for MySQL 5.0.20 released
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Dear MySQL users,

MySQL AB announces an updated release of the "MySQL Connector/PHP for 
MySQL and PHP", the Windows downloads for connecting MySQL to PHP, as 
MySQL AB has released MySQL 5.0.20[1].

The MySQL Connector/PHP consists of the mysql/mysqli PHP extensions 
built against the latest version of the MySQL client libraries for 
Microsoft Windows. This version also includes SSL support for libmysql, 
and fixes bugs in the parameter length of mysql_stmt_attr_set (#16144) 
and a leak in mysql_close (#15846).

The advantages on top of the mysql/mysqli PHP extensions currently 
available from php.net are that they contain the latest bug fixes to the 
MySQL Client Library, and make all the features in the MySQL server 
versions 4.1.18 and 5.0.20 available.

They are now available in binary format from the MySQL Connector/PHP 
download page at http://dev.mysql.com/downloads/connector/php/ and 
mirror sites (note that not all the mirror sites may be up to date at 
this point in time - if you cannot find this version on a mirror, please 
try again later or choose another mirror site).

This binary release contains the mysql/mysqli extensions for PHP 5.1.2, 
with support for MySQL server versions 4.1.18 and 5.0.20. Note that only 
the mysqli extension for PHP 5.0, but not the older mysql extension, 
supports the full functionality of MySQL versions greater than 4.1.x, 
such as Stored Procedures, Triggers, Views, and much more.

For questions not answered within the Download FAQ, please visit the 
MySQL PHP forums at http://forums.mysql.com/list.php?52.

Kind regards,

     Colin Charles

[1] - http://forums.mysql.com/read.php?3,82677,82677#msg-82677

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Colin Charles, Community Engineer
MySQL AB, Melbourne, Australia, www.mysql.com
Office: 4528@stripped / +46 18 174 400 ext. 4528
Mobile: +614 12 593 292 / Skype: colincharles

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