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I'm at a stage where I have to decide whether to support old versions of PHP, with all the tricks and limitations this would involve, or use new features from PHP 4.1.x and newer.

So I need you to answer this important poll about which PHP version you're using.
Thanks in advance !
michel v @ 23:57:09 331
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Jim Brown - email
20.09.02 @ 01:58:33 415


Jim Brown - email
Michel, the reason I left the comment above is that I could not find a way to respond to the poll when I clicked on the link in your original comment.
20.09.02 @ 02:04:13 419


GaMerZ - email - url
My server always nv upgrade thier php version. Crap
20.09.02 @ 03:46:54 490


michel v - email - url
Jim, that may be because you need to be registered to the boards to answer the poll. I lifted this restriction, and now you should be able to vote without being registered.
20.09.02 @ 11:39:18 818


lutz - url
PHP Version 4.1.2 keep up the great work on b2 - keep it small!
21.09.02 @ 17:40:32 069


jesuzz - url
is it possible to "auto-update" php on a server?
13.07.04 @ 10:00:47 750


Todd Newman - url
I wish if we had a means to create a blog-map in B2 so that all dynamic links could be easily accessed and traversed by search engines.
08.09.04 @ 11:59:00 832


Carolyn - url
Hi Todd, I've been looking for a similar solution with B2. I wonder if we can create static urls in B2 same as in movabletype. Let me know.
08.09.04 @ 12:00:27 833


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