PHP 5 ready for primetime or PHP4 still en vogue?
Just wondering if anyone here is using PHP5 yet on a real world site, or is it still something to just play around with until more bugs get ironed out and more hosts and scripts start to support it.
Reason I ask is that I'm going to be involved in more PHP coding and possibly developing a small, but custom-built CMS for a site and wonder if I should start thinking about PHP 5. It seems PHP 4 is still deeply entrenched as the defacto version for most developers, but I guess my next question is, for how long will PHP 4 stay dominant? 6 months, a year...2 years?
Ideally, I could program the CMS in PHP 5 first, and then doing a PHP4 version next for compatibility, but how easy would it be to do a PHP 5 then converting it to a PHP 5 version. Also, facing deadlines and pushy clients, I might not have the luxury of time.
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