PHP 5.2.10 released
Less than one week after the second release candidate was made available, the PHP developers have announced the final release of version of PHP 5.2.10. Version 5.2.10 of the open source scripting language is a maintenance release for the 5.2 development branch and features over 100 bug fixes, including a fix for a security issue that affected
exif_read_data () segfaults on certain corrupted .jpeg files.
The developers also announced the availability of the fourth release candidate (RC4) of PHP 5.3.0, a newly developed version of PHP that includes several fundamental extensions, as well as a number of new features. New features include namespaces, late static binding, lambda functions and closure classes. A final release is expected to be available soon.
More details about the 5.2.10 release can be found in the release announcement and change log. PHP 5.2.10 is available to download and the developers recommend that all users update to this latest release. The PHP code is currently distributed under the PHP licence v3.01.