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eZp 4 should still support php5

eZp 4 should still support php5

Friday 23 June 2006 7:14:58 pm - 4 replies

A new major version should still involve support for a better php version as promised. IMO

And is it possible to get the real reason why the real eZp 4 is delayed a whole year?
Is php 6 going to get a huge delay to, or did eZ systems realised that they had to few resources to support 4 projects at the same time (eZ components / eZ Publish 3.x / eZ Publish 4.x / eZ Platform), where 2 where future projects?

Modified on Saturday 24 June 2006 5:13:45 pm by André R

Monday 26 June 2006 11:32:49 am

Hi André,

more information about the technical and business background will be available soon. Watch out the articles section at http://ez.no/community/articles.


Thursday 27 July 2006 10:32:56 am

This article provides more information to your questions.

Please comment there, so we can have all discussions concerning that topic at one point, i.e. attached to the article.

* Platform and Solutions Strategy *

Aleksander Farstad, CEO eZ systems

eZ systems has committed itself to a new long-term software development
strategy. This plan foresees a clear distinction between the development
and deployment platform and turn-key software solutions. In this
article, CEO Aleksander Farstad explains the new strategy and the
benefits for both end users and developers.


Modified on Thursday 27 July 2006 10:34:31 am by Sandro Groganz

Thursday 27 July 2006 10:43:31 am

I don' t care if eZ4( equals eZ3) run under php4 or 5.... But it should be stable.... I have many doubts about eZ3 being stable under a php5 environment.

I bet the delayed php5/6 support will cost us customers and business.... that is the bad thing.

Thursday 24 August 2006 1:29:04 am

I just got back here to check on php5 support. It's really too bad that the lack of php5 "support" has kept me from using ez in another project where php5 is mandatory.


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