Cgiapp 1.5.2 released

At work, we've been developing a new platform for our website, based entirely on Cgiapp. This week we released the first stage of it: and These should stand as good testament to Cgiapp's robustness!

With all that development, and also with some communication from other Cgiapp users, I've made some changes to Cgiapp, and release version 1.5.2 this evening.

1.5.2 is mainly security and bugfixes. Error handling was somewhat broken in 1.5.1 — it wouldn't restore the original error handler gracefully. This is now corrected. Additionally, I've made run() use the array returned by query() — consisting of the $_GET and $_POST arrays — in determining the run mode. Finally, I've modified the behaviour of how run() determines the current run mode: if the mode parameter is a method or function name, it cannot be a Cgiapp method or a PHP internal function. This allows more flexibility on the part of the programmer in determining the mode param — words like 'run' and 'do' can now be used without causing massive problems (using 'run' would cause a race condition in the past).

As usual, Cgiapp is available in the downloads area. Grab your tarball today!