PECL extensions for Windows is being worked on. Windows DLL can be downloaded right from the PECL website. The PECL extension release and snapshot build directories are browsable directly.
We have collected all the official information and code available for past PHP releases. You can find more details on the current release on our downloads page. Please note that older releases are listed for archival purposes only, and they are no longer supported.
You can use the Web Platform Installer (Web PI) to install IIS, and applications that run on IIS. Web PI installs the latest versions of available Web Platform offerings with just a few simple clicks. Using Web PI, you can download and install any new tools or updates, including PHP. To learn more about the Web PI, see Learn more and install the Web PI.
Windows PHP distributions are now available from a dedicated microsite at The choice is a little bewildering and the instructions are vague but, since we will be installing PHP as an Apache 2.2 module using the Apache Lounge build, so you should download the VC9 x86 Thread Safe Zip file.
If you do not find a suitable package or wish to install your own phpMyAdmin, you can download one of the following kits. Please note that each version has requirements for the minimum PHP and MySQL versions.
Since July 2015 all phpMyAdmin releases are cryptographically signed by thereleasing developer. You should verify that the signature matches the archiveyou have downloaded. Verification instructions are placed in ourdocumentation in the Verifying phpMyAdmin releases chapter.
Composer offers a convenient installer that you can execute directly from thecommand line. Feel free to download this fileor review it on GitHubif you wish to know more about the inner workings of the installer. The sourceis plain PHP.
The installer will check a few PHP settings and then download composer.pharto your working directory. This file is the Composer binary. It is a PHAR(PHP archive), which is an archive format for PHP which can be run onthe command line, amongst other things.
If you were unable to download, then it may have been a temporary issue with the file host (mediafire.com). It is also possible that your ISP or institution has blocked mediafire.com in which case you should still be able to download using a different internet connection or by using a proxy.
I have wampserver x64 installed with PHP 5.4.3 in windows 7 ultimate x64, I downloaded the apc extention from here extract it in ext/ directory and I set the extension in php.ini in /php and /apache directory.
I have been running PHP 5.3.0 that I compiled myself from source code because I wanted the PHPISAPI.DLL (just not a fan of Fast CGI). Anyways, I found your blog and download 5.3.6 thread safe and I only had minor issues reconfiguring IIS to work with the x64 files. However, one function I use are the imap functions. I was running some code from the command line and it kept crashing. So I ran the original web based code and it is crashing at imap_open (Access Violation xxxxxx)
Since the error message says, that the file "cannot be found", please check the location of your "php5apache2_2.dll" - maybe the installer did something strange and the file is not there (anymore). Further, I'd suggest NOT to use the installer. There are zip-Files for download at php.net. Download and unzip it in your directory "C:/Program Files/PHP/".
If this does not help, try to download PHP 5.3.4 VC6 from php-archive, which is compiled with the legacy visual studio 6 compiler -> "If you are using PHP with Apache 1 or Apache2 from apache.org you need to use the VC6 versions of PHP".
* The Zend Server Cluster Manager package may fail to upgrade on SUSE-based distributions using command "zypper upgrade zend-server-cluster-manager". A workaround is to use alternative commands to upgrade the package: - Use the "zypper upgrade" command (may also update system packages) - Install and use the "yum" package management utility - Manually download the package and upgrade it from a local drive
For source downloads of PHP 5.3.29, please visit our downloads page on Windows binaries can be found on windows.php.net/download/. The list of changes is recorded in the ChangeLog at -5.php#5.3.29
This tutorial assumes that you use PHP 5.3, PHP 5.4, or PHP 5.5. You will learn how to write simple unit tests as well as how to download and run PHPUnit 4, the latest version of PHPUnit that is compatible with PHP 5.3, PHP 5.4, and PHP 5.5.
The above assumes that you have downloaded phpunit.phar and put it into your $PATH as phpunit and that src/autoload.php is a script that sets up autoloading for the classes that are to be tested. Such a script is commonly generated using a tool such as phpab.
Initially, the steps to install the SDK, PHP environment, and module will be covered. After installation, we will configure the environment and execute the sample. The Windows PHP modules are only 64 bit so you will need to make sure you download a 64 bit version of PHP. Currently, we are certified for PHP 5.3.6, 5.6.5 - 64-bit only. There are multiple versions of the PHP module to connect to ASE. These are located in the $Sybase\OCS-1x_0\php directory.
PHP official website no longer provides installation packages for versions earlier than PHP 5.2. If you need a version earlier than PHP 5.2, search and download it from the CVM. Alternatively, download the installation package locally and upload it to the CVM. For more information on how to upload files to a Windows CVM, see Uploading Files from Windows to a Windows CVM using MSTSC. The following steps use PHP 5.2.13 as an example. 2b1af7f3a8