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#1: Re: Re: [PHP] Which versions of Apache will PHP 5.3.6 work with??

Posted on 2011-04-06 18:54:32 by Logan L

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It might be ok with the security guys if the builds were released as
official builds from the ASF courtesy of the apachelounge.

I agree for personal development use, apachelounge might be ok. I have used
them for local development in the past and was happy with them.

I think many companies will need some sort of industry support (an
accredited organization like the ASF) behind the binaries. They can't come
from some dude's website for web server enthusiasts. That level of risk is
not acceptable.

I talked to Zend and their PHP 5.3 versions of Zend Server include a VC9
compiled Apache, so that may be the direction we go. We are exploring our
other options as well. Thanks for all the good info!


On Mon, Apr 4, 2011 at 6:09 PM, Pierre Joye <> wrote:

> On Mon, Apr 4, 2011 at 10:10 PM, Logan L <> wrote:
> > From a security perspective, using the ApacheLounge binaries is not an
> > option for us. It is too dependent on one person whom is not directly
> > associated with the ASF.
> Many other projects are moving to VC9 builds as well. For example
> easyphp moved to VC9 already. Other will follow shortly. If you expect
> the ASF to do any move any time soon, then you will be disappointed.
> Cheers,
> --
> Pierre
> @pierrejoye | |


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