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PHP 7.4.0RC5 Announced.
This is the penultimate Release Candidate.
That's four weeks till GA (assuming all goes well).
PHP 7.4 is getting closer.
Release Candidate 4 is now available for testing. Time is running out to find those last minute bugs!
PHP 7.4.0RC3 is out for testing.
Only 3 more RCs left, then it's off to GA land and 7.4 will be upon us!
Get testing all the new features you care about!
Let's see now...
First beta => 2 ** 0 => beta1
Second beta => 2 ** 1 => beta2
Third beta => 2 ** 2 => beta4
Yep, math checks out.
In PHP's proud tradition of skipping numbers, our very own @derickr announces PHP 7.4.0beta4: https://news-web.php.net/php.internals/106691
This guy gets it. https://twitter.com/ArnoldDaniels/status/1141958404736294912
Took a little longer than it should have on pear, but all sites should be in one piece now. Please let us know if you see any more issues. https://twitter.com/official_php/status/1135359219107008512
Get the latest releases of PHP.
Get https://www.php.net/downloads.php .
7.3.6, 7.2.19, and 7.1.30 are out and include the latest in important fixes.
Interview with @peter_kokot, co-release-manager of PHP 7.4.
What #PHP version are you running:
And most importantly, a HUGE Thank You to the many individuals and organizations who helped host the main PHP website over the years.
With a few minor exceptions (improvements) you shouldn't notice any difference, but please let us know if anything breaks.
This also means that all traffic to https://php.net/ websites should be automatically https by default.