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mac os update 10.3.7 and PHP MYSQL


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i have PHP 5.0.2 MYSQL 4.0.22 on my machine for testing only and was wondering if i installed the last security update and the 10.3.7 updater whether that would course any problems with PHP or MySQL

i got my system how i like it and i don't want to muck it up!

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I havent had it mess up MySQL or PHP in quite a long time.. at least the last 3 updates have not changed it. I also have Marc Lyinage's modules installed so OS X does not look where he installs it.
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It seems the Jan 25 security patch messed up PHP for me. Still connects to mySQL fine, but there appears to be a bug in handling arrays.
<?php
print_r($my_array);
// I see
// Array
// ( [0] => 5
// [1] => 9
// [2] => 10
// [3] => 11 )
foreach ($my_array as $test)
echo "$test";
// I see
// Array
// Array
// Array
// Array
?>

This code worked fine before the security patch I applied yesterday. :-( :-(
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