Most of the new features have been backported to 5.3, so the only major change in 6.0, will be native unicode support for strings (UTF-8 is not the same as unicode, for the record).
Source: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/7167 ... g-in-php-6
Regarding Unicode and multilingual sites, you may find this:
http://www.web3logistics.com/#unicode-a ... gual-sites
short article of interest.
stackoverflow.com is one of our favourite resources, so the following search:
php 6 site:stackoverflow.com
will give you additional information. Also try
php 6 site:sitepoint.com
if you need further information. The new SitePoint site, http://phpmaster.com/ is a natural place too look for the latest on php.
I have written a short PDF document about putting php 6 code on the internet that can be downloaded from:
See http://p2p.wrox.com/book-professional-php6-496/ for a discussion about errors and othere topics related to that book.
HAL provides a set of conventions for expressing hyperlinks in either JSON or XML