Eddie Drapkin wrote:

Does no one see the inherent issues in buying a book about a
not-feature-complete version of the language?

Technically no version of php is feature complete until the next major release.

php 5.2.10 has stuff 5.2.5 didn't, 5.3.0 has stuff 5.2.x didn't, etc.

But yeah, I agree. Develop for php 6 now and almost no one can use your code on a production server.

However, knowing the direction php is going may allow you to code for php 5.x in such a way that make migration to php 6 that takes full advantage of php 6 easier.

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