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Is IPB compatible with php5.4?

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what about all the apps and hooks created by the third party developers?



That would really fall to the authors of those resources to update them, if they required any update(s) :)
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That would really fall to the authors of those resources to update them, if they required any update(s) :smile:




It goes a little further than that. For example if an app is ioncube encoded, ioncube does not have loaders yet for PHP5.4.
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It goes a little further than that. For example if an app is ioncube encoded, ioncube does not have loaders yet for PHP5.4.




Actually, Ioncube recently released loaders for 5.4. I just upgraded my community to 5.4 with Nexus (Ioncube encoded) and haven't had any problems yet.
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Actually, Ioncube recently released loaders for 5.4. I just upgraded my community to 5.4 with Nexus (Ioncube encoded) and haven't had any problems yet.




Okay, thanks for the update. Hadn't checked for a few days.

However I would not upgrade my PHP compatible or not. Using a new release of PHP or anything else is looking for trouble ( in my opinion ). In a few months I may consider it. :)

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Actually, Ioncube recently released loaders for 5.4. I just upgraded my community to 5.4 with Nexus (Ioncube encoded) and haven't had any problems yet.



by any chance are you using cpanel?

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However I would not upgrade my PHP compatible or not. Using a new release of PHP or anything else is looking for trouble ( in my opinion ). In a few months I may consider it. :)




I understand the desire to wait, but I think 5.4 is actually pretty stable, especially for a PHP release. The betas were smooth and 5.4.1 quashed most lingering bugs.


by any chance are you using cpanel?



Nope, sorry.

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