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phpMyAdmin 4.0.10 is released

2013-12-04

Welcome to phpMyAdmin 4.0.10, a bugfix version.

phpMyAdmin 4.1.0-rc2 is released

2013-11-30

Welcome to the second release candidate for phpMyAdmin 4.1.0.

This release contains many improvements and bug fixes. With this release the minimum supported PHP version is now 5.3 and the minimum MySQL version is 5.5.

A few highlights include:

*Allow specifying a port when connecting to the controlhost

*User interface improvements to server privileges, view creation, the
Operations tab, Relation View, and when creating new users

*Added support for AES_ENCRYPT on BLOB columns

*Added support for relations with ndbcluser

*Added optional ReCAPTCHA support during login

*Added support for fractional seconds in time, datetime, and timestamp
columns

*Added find and replace by column

*Added the Error Reporting Component, an optional feature allowing
users to report certain errors directly to the phpMyAdmin bug team

*Added configurable menus (so an administrator can hide certain features)

The SQP and MySQLManual* configuration directives have been removed.

For complete information, please view changelog.php or the ChangeLog file,
included with this release.

phpMyAdmin 4.1.0-rc1 is released

2013-11-23

Welcome to the first release candidate for phpMyAdmin 4.1.0.

This release contains many improvements and bug fixes. With this release the minimum supported PHP version is now 5.3 and the minimum MySQL version is 5.5.

A few highlights include:
Allow specifying a port when connecting to the controlhost
User interface improvements to server privileges, view creation, the
Operations tab, Relation View, and when creating new users.
Added support for AES_ENCRYPT on BLOB fields
Added support for relations with ndbcluser
Added optional ReCAPTCHA support during login
Added support for fractional seconds in time, datetime, and timestamp
fields
Added find and replace by column
Added the Error Reporting Component, an optional feature allowing
users to report certain errors directly to the phpMyAdmin bug team.
* Added configurable menus (so an administrator can hide certain
features)

The SQP and MySQLManual* configuration directives have been removed.

For complete information, please view changelog.php or the ChangeLog file,
included with this release.

phpMyAdmin 4.1.0-beta2 is released

2013-11-04

Welcome to the second beta release for phpMyAdmin 4.1.0.

This release contains many improvements and bug fixes. With this release the minimum supported PHP version is now 5.3. The final 4.1.0 release will require a minimum MySQL version of 5.5.

A few highlights include:
Allow specifying a port when connecting to the controlhost
User interface improvements to server privileges, view creation, the
Operations tab, Relation View, and when creating new users.
Added support for AES_ENCRYPT on BLOB fields
Added support for relations with ndbcluser
Added optional ReCAPTCHA support during login
Added support for fractional seconds in time, datetime, and timestamp
fields
Added find and replace by column
Added the Error Reporting Component, an optional feature allowing
users to report certain errors directly to the phpMyAdmin bug team.
* Added configurable menus (so an administrator can hide certain
features)

The SQP and MySQLManual* configuration directives have been removed.

For complete information, please view changelog.php or ChangeLog file,
included with this release.

phpMyAdmin 4.0.9 is released

2013-11-04

Welcome to phpMyAdmin 4.0.9, a bugfix version.

phpMyAdmin 4.0.9-rc1 is released

2013-10-31

Welcome to the first release candidate for phpMyAdmin 4.0.9, a bugfix version.

phpMyAdmin 4.1.0-beta1 is released

2013-10-16

Welcome to the first beta release for phpMyAdmin 4.1.0, containing new features and fixes.

phpMyAdmin joins Software Freedom Conservancy

2013-10-07

phpMyAdmin becomes the first member project to join Conservancy in 2013.

Today, Software Freedom Conservancy welcomes the phpMyAdmin project as its newest member. phpMyAdmin joins 28 sister member projects who all call Conservancy their non-profit corporate home.

Conservancy is a non-profit public charity that provides a range of financial and administrative services to member projects that develop Free, Libre, and Open Source Software (FLOSS). Conservancy's assistance allows software developers and documenters to focus on those activities exclusively.

By joining Conservancy, phpMyAdmin obtains the benefits of a formal non-profit organizational structure while keeping the project focused on software development and documentation. Some benefits of joining Conservancy include the ability to collect donations, hold assets on behalf of the project, and some protection of the lead developers of the project from personal liability when engaging in the activities of the project. Software Freedom Conservancy, Inc. is a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) organization, incorporated in New York State.

Other FLOSS projects that seek to join Conservancy are encouraged to apply.

phpMyAdmin

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Since its first release in September 1998, phpMyAdmin has been adopted
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seventy languages.

phpMyAdmin 4.0.8 is released

2013-10-06

Welcome to phpMyAdmin 4.0.8, a bugfix version.

phpMyAdmin 4.1.0-alpha2 is released

2013-10-04

Welcome to the second alpha release for phpMyAdmin 4.1.0, containing new features and fixes.