With the announcement they also showed some usage statistics for PHP, and called PHP the lingua-franca of the Internet. I’m not sure if PHP is the common tongue of every programmer who creates web pages, but it sure is popular. Just look at these usage statistics.
With that many users we get excited when an important PHP library gets IPv6 support. The php-domain-parser from Jeremy Kendall just implemented IPv6 and International Domain Name(IDN) support in its 1.4.0 release. This means that the library will now correctly parse IPv6 addresses, and unicode domain names.
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