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Dear phpMyAdmin users,
Due to an incompatibility change by MySQL, phpMyAdmin is currently not working with MySQL 4.1.2 properly which has
been released recently.
If you are planning to upgrade to MySQL 4.1.2 or already did
so, we strongly recommend to use the current phpMyAdmin CVS snapshot, available on our website or via anonymous CVS.
Daily snapshot packages are available here:
Anonymous CVS access (Please download the HEAD branch of the
Alexander M. Turek
The development team is proud to announce the availability of this second alpha release. After this release, we will incorporate a new look in terms of icons and the interface.
Finally a phpMyAdmin book!
Dear phpMyAdmin users,
It is my pleasure to announce the immediate availability of
"Mastering phpMyAdmin for Effective MySQL Management".
I have written this book with all phpMyAdmin users in mind --
newbies and power users, and I think it's great that the community
can now have a tutorial and reference manual to rely upon.
Mastering phpMyAdmin for Effective MySQL Management will help you
to unlock the full potential of phpMyAdmin and will show you how to
increase your productivity and control when working with your MySQL.
This book begins with a comprehensive tutorial of phpMyAdmin that
systematically explains and demonstrates the potential of this tool.
It then goes on to show the less well known and generally
under-used features and capabilities of phpMyAdmin in depth.
For more information, please visit:
The phpMyAdmin Project is proud to announce the immediate availability of the first alpha release of phpMyAdmin 2.6.0. Because of significant changes inside the database connection methods and major improvements to the MySQL 4.1 compatibility, the team decided to release this alpha version from phpMyAdmin's current development code. Supporting the new improved MySQL extension of php5 (MySQLi), phpMyAdmin has made a giant step towards the upcoming PHP and MySQL versions.
As the new milestone should to be as stable as possible, any feedback about 2.6.0-alpha1 would be appreciated. Please note, that it is not recommended to run this testing release on production environments.
(From the announcement text by Alexander Turek).
You are invited to make a donation to help improve phpMyAdmin.
Welcome to this new version, aimed at stabilization of the 2.5 branch. Meanwhile, work is continuing on the new 2.6 branch. phpMyAdmin is a tool written in PHP intended to handle the administration of MySQL over the Web. Currently it can create and drop databases, create/drop/alter tables, delete/edit/add fields, execute any SQL statement, manage keys on fields.
Welcome to the second release candidate. A few bugs were fixed since 2.5.6-rc1.
Welcome to this first release candidate for version 2.5.6, which includes several improvements, bug fixes, and also a security fix.
This is the patch level 1 release for 2.5.5, fixing a few problems. phpMyAdmin is a tool written in PHP intended to handle the administration of MySQL over the Web. Currently it can create and drop databases, create/drop/alter tables, delete/edit/add fields, execute any SQL statement, manage keys on fields.
Welcome to version 2.5.5. This version requires at least
PHP 4.1.x and MySQL 3.23.32. The team has made 15 small improvements and fixed over 25 bugs.