phpMyAdmin, the popular tool written in PHP intended to handle the administration of MySQL databases, has just reached version 3.5.6.
The developers of phpMyAdmin have stated that this is only a bug fix and a minor security release.
Highlights of phpMyAdmin 3.5.6:
• An erroneous advisor rule has been fixed;
• localStorage is no longer broken in server status monitor;
• Editing a procedure with special characters is now possible;
• Visualize GIS data no longer throws a fatal error;
• Double-escaped error messages are no longer happening;
• The login without auth on second server is now possible;
• Support for the Apache's mod_deflate has been implemented;
• Users can now switch the language in /setup;
• Inline query editing is no longer broken after row update;
A complete list of changes can be found in the official changelog.
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