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Change of minimum version requirements

2003-11-18

The development team has decided to stop supporting PHP < 4.1.x and MySQL < 3.23.36, starting with phpMyAdmin 2.5.5. This means that
- a warning will be issued on the main phpMyAdmin page if you are running older PHP or MySQL versions
- the .php3 version of the distribution kit will not be available for 2.5.5 and later
- we have added on the Downloads page a link to version 2.2.7pl1, the latest version that was tested against PHP3. Versions after 2.2.7pl1 may or may not work with PHP 3.

2.5.4, InnoDB and non-unique keys

2003-10-22

Be warned that if you go in Relation view for a InnoDB table, relations via non-unique keys wont be displayed, and if you press Go, they will be deleted.
This is fixed in 2.5.5-dev.

Vote for phpMyAdmin (COMDEX)

2003-10-21

If you like phpMyAdmin, you can vote for our project in the O'Reilly's "Open Source Goes to COMDEX" contest.
See http://www.oreillynet.com/contest/comdex/

Marc Delisle

phpMyAdmin 2.5.4 is released!

2003-10-20

The development team is proud to announce the availability of this version, with over 12 improvements and 20 bug fixes. phpMyAdmin is a tool written in PHP intended to handle the administration of MySQL over the WWW. Currently it can create and drop databases, create/drop/alter tables, delete/edit/add fields, execute any SQL statement, manage keys on fields.