Welcome to the release of phpMyAdmin version 5.2.0. This release contains many new features and quite a few bug fixes. We are simultaneously releasing phpMyAdmin 5.1.4, which is the last release of the 5.1 line and is mostly intended to help downstream packaging teams. Most users should migrate to 5.2.0.
Most notably, these releases resolve a networking error when exporting a file (https://github.com/phpmyadmin/phpmyadmin/issues/17445).
Some other highlights of 5.2.0 include:
- Removed support for Microsoft Internet Explorer
- Requires PHP 7.2 or newer
- Requires the openssl PHP extension
- Improved handling of system CA bundle and cacert.pem, falling back to Mozilla CA if needed
- Replace “master/slave” terms with “primary/replica”
- Add “NOT LIKE %…%” operator to Table search
- Add support for the Mroonga engine
- Add support for account locking
- Several fixes and improvements to the SQL parser library
There are, of course, many more fixes and new features that you can see in the ChangeLog file included with this release or online at https://demo.phpmyadmin.net/master-config/index.php?route=/changelog
Downloads are available now at https://phpmyadmin.net/downloads/
For the phpMyAdmin team,