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I've just installed XAMPP and I'm playing around with it.

When I run a simple PHP script:

<? echo"test";?>

everything is OK.

But when i update that script:

<? echo"test2";?> 

I still get the old version executed ("test")...

Looks like some sort of caching is going on. I've looked in my http.conf and every line with the word cache is commented out.

Anyone have any idea on how to sort this out?

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Looks like it was down to the version I was using. Downgraded to 6.8 and it worked fine.

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