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phpMyAdmin 4.6.0-alpha1 is released

2016-02-10

The phpMyAdmin team announces the release of 4.6.0-alpha1. Even though this release should be functional and relatively stable, it is considered an alpha release and encourage you to exercise care in deployment. Please report any issues at https://github.com/phpmyadmin/phpmyadmin/issues

Welcome to phpMyAdmin 4.6.0-alpha1, a regular maintenance release including over 35 improvements. Please note that this release ends support for old versions of Microsoft Internet Explorer, which are no longer supported by Microsoft. There is a new configuration directive, $cfg['Servers'][$i]['ssl_verify'] which is useful in some cases with self-signed certificates. The ForceSSL and PmaAbsoluteUri configuration directives have been removed (the functions of both of these should better be handled by the webserver than the application).

A complete list of new features and bugs that have been fixed is available in the ChangeLog file or changelog.php included with this release.

A few highlights: Allow setting routine-wise privileges UI for defining partitioning in create table window Support JSON data type Editing partitions in table Structure Copy results to clipboard Reactivate cut&paste possibility in print view Display binary strings as text if they are valid UTF-8 Copy multiple tables to database * Show MySQL error messages in user language

Known issues: Update query shows twice: https://github.com/phpmyadmin/phpmyadmin/issues/11907 CSV import to new table is broken: https://github.com/phpmyadmin/phpmyadmin/issues/11850

There are many more improvements; please refer to the ChangeLog for full details.

As always, downloads are available at http://www.phpmyadmin.net

As always, thanks to our sponsors for helping to make this work possible!

The phpMyAdmin Team

phpMyAdmin 4.5.4.1, 4.4.15.4, and 4.0.10.14 are released

2016-01-29

Welcome to phpMyAdmin 4.0.10.14, 4.4.15.4, and 4.5.4.1.

These are bugfix releases that correct some issues that were discovered with the recent security fixes. These issues affected only a certain number of users and we apologize for the inconvenience.

phpMyAdmin 4.0.10.14 corrects an error when running under PHP 5.2

phpMyAdmin 4.4.15.4 corrects issue 11892, which can cause an error about redeclaring a class and also includes code to make integration easier for package managers who are including phpMyAdmin in their distribution.

phpMyAdmin 4.5.4.1 corrects issue 11892, which can cause an error about redeclaring a class and also includes code to make integration easier for package managers who are including phpMyAdmin in their distribution.

More information is available in the release notes: https://www.phpmyadmin.net/files/4.0.10.14/ https://www.phpmyadmin.net/files/4.4.15.4/ * https://www.phpmyadmin.net/files/4.5.4.1/

For the team, Isaac

phpMyAdmin 4.5.4, 4.4.15.3, and 4.0.10.13 are released

2016-01-28

Welcome to phpMyAdmin 4.5.4, which contains regular bug fixes and a number of security fixes. The phpMyAdmin project also announces the release of versions 4.4.15.3 (a security release compatible with PHP versions as old as 5.3.7 and MySQL 5.5), and 4.0.10.13 (a security release compatible with PHP versions as old as 5.2 and MySQL 5).

The security incidents will be documented in the upcoming PMASA-2016-1 through PMASA-2016-9, which will be available shortly at https://www.phpmyadmin.net/security/.

See

Beginning January 1, 2016 releases are GPG signed by Isaac Bennetch; you can find more information about his key at http://docs.phpmyadmin.net/en/latest/setup.html#verifying-phpmyadmin-releases. Older releases signed by Marc Delisle are still considered cryptographically authentic, however none of those versions are officially supported as these releases supersede those.

Relying on phpMyAdmin? phpMyAdmin relies on Conservancy

2015-11-26

Dear phpMyAdmin user,

phpMyAdmin is a member project of Software Freedom Conservancy, who handles all of our legal matters, including contracts with some of our developers.

Conservancy is seeking annual supporters ($10 per month) to continue its basic services. Please donate!