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)