PHP 5.3.5 was released a few weeks ago. On January 6, 2011 to be precise. This new release apparently resolves a critical issue which only affected 32 bit PHP processes. So, I used the provided test script to check my latest 64 bit PHP builds and found out that they aren’t affected.
I just read the release announcement yesterday when I had some free time and decided to compile PHP 5.3.5. And I think this is the only change in it as I don’t see a changelog in their announcement. So, I don’t really think there was any point of compiling 64 bit PHP 5.3.5 builds but I did anyway since some of you have been requesting it.
VC9 x64 Thread Safe
VC9 x64 Non Thread Safe
The pecl archives below contain APC 3.1.6 (I made sure that experimental features weren’t enabled), http 1.0.7 and Memcache 2.2.6.
pecl-5.3.5-Win32-VC9-x64.zip (Thread Safe)
pecl-5.3.5-nts-Win32-VC9-x64.zip (Non Thread Safe)
eAccelerator 0.9.6.1 (Thread Safe)