Michal Čihař - New versions of phpMyAdmin libraries

New versions of phpMyAdmin libraries

Today, new major version of all phpMyAdmin support libraries have been released. The major reason behind this is that they all now follow PSR-4 and they are located under the PhpMyAdmin namespace.

Hopefully this will make it easier to integrate within other tools and this really should be last big API change for these libraries. They will be also used by upcoming phpMyAdmin 4.7.0, so that gives us another big commitment for API stability.

Anyway if you want to move ahead, update your dependencies in composer.json accordingly:

On the other changes, the SQL parser also gained ability to produce localized error messages (thanks to using motranslator internally).


Greg wrote on Jan. 24, 2017, 1:31 a.m.

I enjoy your weekly updates (they haven't been posting on Facebook recently though).

Could you take a look at my issue #12345 on Github? https://github.com/phpmyadmin/phpmyadmin/issues/12345

I'm not good enough to solve it like it was in older versions but I hope my comments help.

Can this data displaying affected rows for CSV imports be put back in 4.6 or upcoming 4.7? I am stuck on 4.4 or 4.5 because of it.

wrote on Jan. 24, 2017, 8:59 a.m.

Greg, I can't promise anything, as you can see there is quite a lot of open issues in our issue tracker....

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