I just tagged version 0.1.0. It’s a copy of PHP-FPM in PHP 7.2 except user.ini fix that will be in 0.2.0 together with the logging refactoring that is currently worked on the next branch.
PHP FPMi is an improved version of PHP-FPM that introduces new PHP-FPM features before they are officially released.
The first stable version (1.4.0) has been released. It marks features from RC1 as stable.
I have started refactoring of zlog (internal FPM logger) to allow better handling of user output as it is also used for catching stdout and stderr from workers.
I have been interested in PHP-FPM for some time and currently looking to various issues in it. It is basically a PHP FastCGI application that is consisting of a master process that is managing workers that execute PHP scripts.
The RC1 of the 1.4.0 release has just been released. It adds features currently available in PHP 7.0 with some additional performance settings for the new buffer.
The new bug fixing release 0.3.1 of PHP Crypto has just been released. It fixes segfault on PHP 5 in setting KDF key length and PBKDF2 iterations.
The PHP Crypto extension version 0.3.0 has been released. It fixes build with PHP 7.1 and introduce KDF and PBKDF2 classes.
The final stable version of PHP GnuPG introducing PHP 7 support has been released. There are no changes since the last RC.
The next release for PHP GnuPG 1.4.0 was released. It fixes ZTS issue with invalid context for a password callback.