On Wednesday 28 November 2001 01:03 pm, Mike Eheler wrote:

> I'll hold off, but people will still try stuff like that. I'm not trying
> to tell ya what to do, but I've found it best never to put files with
> release-names in their primary download spots, regardless of how hidden
> they may seem, until your absolutely positive that will be the release
> file.

FWIW (not much), I agree with this.  If it looks like a released version and 
talks like a released version, then it probably is a released version, even 
if the announcement hasn't come out.  That may be faulty logic, but it's what 
most folks are likely to assume.  

> Also, beyond this.. other than grabbing from CVS, does php ever publish
> milestone development versions for download anywhere?

Yes -- follow the php-dev mailling list -- they're announced there.  RC 
versions are generally posted under someone's home directory rather than in 
the distributions directory.  Not sure why that wasn't the case with the 
not-really-4.1.0 version.


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