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cmb
PHP compatibility
April 04, 2017 12:35PM

Hi!

The download page says that HTMLPurifier 4.9.2 is compatible with PHP 5.0.5 and up, but the respective news entry (note, that the permalink responds with 404) says that 4.9.2 would be again PHP 5.3 compatible.

Which info is correct? (Note that I won't need support for PHP versions older than 5.3, but it would be nice if this will get corrected, nonetheless.)

Re: PHP compatibility
April 04, 2017 10:51PM

The download page is out of date, I'll fix it. We currently test PHP 5.3 and up.

cmb
Re: PHP compatibility
April 05, 2017 04:57AM

Thanks! :)

Re: PHP compatibility
October 25, 2017 05:15AM

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