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Kevin Donnelly
Posted: 02/05/2001, 4:48 AM

> We are excited to announce the initial, Beta availability of PHP 3 support
> for PHP 3.0.9 and higher.

Well, you really are geniuses! I got this today, and since my current
hoster uses PHP3 it decided to try it out. It worked great first time - I
just regenerated the pages with the settings adjusted, uploaded them, and
bingo! I should be mad at you, actually - yesterday I opened an account
with another hoster running PHP4, just so's I could test CC!

I've just bought a copy of the app - although I'm still learning about it,
it will save me a lot of time. I hope you guys can keep developing it, and
in particular that you will be able to do a version for Linux at some point
in the future.

All the best

Kevin

Roger
Posted: 02/05/2001, 9:39 AM

Hi Kevin,

Good to hear that CC works with your PHP3 server.
Can you let me know what PHP3 version have you tested it on?
If you do not know, just let me know the domain or IP & I can check it.
I am currently hosted on a PHP3.0.12 & I have not try it out yet.

Rgds
Roger

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Roger Tng
"Kevin Donnelly" <kevin@dotmon.uklinux.net> wrote in message
news:95m7el$vjq$1@news.codecharge.com...
> > We are excited to announce the initial, Beta availability of PHP 3
support
> > for PHP 3.0.9 and higher.
>
> Well, you really are geniuses! I got this today, and since my current
> hoster uses PHP3 it decided to try it out. It worked great first time - I
> just regenerated the pages with the settings adjusted, uploaded them, and
> bingo! I should be mad at you, actually - yesterday I opened an account
> with another hoster running PHP4, just so's I could test CC!
>
> I've just bought a copy of the app - although I'm still learning about it,
> it will save me a lot of time. I hope you guys can keep developing it,
and
> in particular that you will be able to do a version for Linux at some
point
> in the future.
>
> All the best
>
> Kevin
>
>

Kevin Donnelly
Posted: 02/06/2001, 1:37 AM

Hi Roger

> Good to hear that CC works with your PHP3 server.
> Can you let me know what PHP3 version have you tested it on?
> If you do not know, just let me know the domain or IP & I can check it.
> I am currently hosted on a PHP3.0.12 & I have not try it out yet.

Well, it's not actually PHP3 ...:-) It's PHP4.0b2! However, it didn't work
with the original version of CC - Oleg told me you needed at least 4.0b3 for
that - so I count it as PHP3! It does now work with the PHP3 patterns, so I
would say there is a good chance that 3.0.12 should work OK too. I would
try it with a couple of simple pages, and see what happens. If you need to
discuss, you can contact me off-group.

Best wishes

Kevin



   


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