'upgrade.php' script provides PHP backwards compatiblity by automatically defining workalikes for more recently introduced PHP core functions when run in an older interpreter version. This lets developers use the more advanced features of PHP while still getting most applications to run on outdated servers.
released on 1 July 2005
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