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Official PHP 5.3, vBulletin, and You

Discussion in 'vBulletin' started by EL Paper Boy, Sep 9, 2014.

  1. EL Paper Boy

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    As of August 14th PHP 5.3 has hit its end of life date and will no longer be supported by The PHP Group. There aren’t any immediate changes for vBulletin customers, but you should start to plan with this in mind. If you are starting a new vBulletin site make sure you are running a more modern version of PHP. With 5.1.3 vB supports PHP 5.6 (as well as fixing several problems with php5.5). If you are currently running a site on PHP 5.3, please start making plans to upgrade.

    As for our own plans, vB5.1.3 fully supports PHP 5.3. Barring unexpected circumstances, vB5.1.4 will as well. For vB5.1.5 we will partially support PHP 5.3. The core features of the application will work, but some of the secondary features may not. This will primarily be driven by the fact that some of the libraries we use – particularly for integration work – are themselves dropping support for php5.3. At some point past vB5.1.5 we will discontinue support entirely.

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