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  • PHP 5.0 (Will Vbulletin Support It?)

    This may sound like a stupid question I just want to be sure of it. Does Vbulletin support PHP 5.0?

    The reason I ask is my host will be upgrading to it when Cpanel supports it. So it is quite important that I know.

    Thanks very much
    Best Regards,

    Matthew M (matius4)

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    The changes in PHP 5.0 that would break applications is classes support. vBulletin is not an object oriented program so the majority of the new features will not have any effect on vBulletin.

    I have been running a copy of 3.0.3 under PHP 5.0 since the day it was released and have not experienced any problems.
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    Wayne Luke
    The Rabid Badger - a vBulletin Cloud demonstration site.
    vBulletin 5 API

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    • #3
      Hi,

      Sorry for taking ages to reply. Thanks for the info. I've just got to wait for Cpanel now.
      Best Regards,

      Matthew M (matius4)

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