slimandslam wrote:PHP 5.4 is out: http://php.net/releases/5_4_0.php
It would be nice if the next version of MAMP supported it so we could all get started
playing with the new features.
cillyRabbit wrote:I'm going to second this, or third it, or fourth it. 5.4 takes php to a new level. On that note, I wish there was a third party software like MAMP or AMPPS that would make installing the latest version of php easy, or prior versions for that matter. I do not have an efficient way of doing this locally at this point and it usually ends in me spending half my week debugging whatever I installed wrong Whoever makes that leap first get's my vote... and my donations
Handyman wrote:I just asked AMPPS about that yesterday and they seemed extremely interested! They also promised me 5.4 in AMPPS is coming very soon, so we'll see which software gets updated first
Philipp Börckel wrote:The upcoming version of MAMP and MAMP Pro will Support PHP 5.4
TrevStuff wrote:It looks like BitNami has updated their Mamp stack to include php 5.4.
Check this out...
http://blog.bitnami.org/2012/03/updated ... tnami.html
I am excited to get started with the new features in php 5.4.
mmjaeger wrote:as the MAMP communication doesn't seem to improve I have been looking for some alternatives like: http://www.eosgarden.com/en/ (Webstart) - I was wondering whether anybody is familiar with it - it looks very promising - Let me know what you think if you give it a try.
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