If automatic upgrades of plugins or your whole WordPress installation do not work, you might need to enforce PHP 5 usage. This is fortunately very simple. In the root directory of your WordPress installation, look for a file called .htaccess. If it does not exist, create it with the following content:
AddType x-mapp-php5 .php
AddHandler x-mapp-php5 .php
If the file already exists, just append the above two lines at the end.
Thanks to Schnurpsel for this hint.
The Generative Software GmbH and the FZI have done a survey about the usage of Model-Driven Software Development approaches with around 300 participants. Almost 90% of the respondents have prior experience with the topic, so the report might give interesting general insights.
Please see theÂ MDSD report 2010 (sorry, only in German) for details on the results.
Do you make use of MDSD techniques?
Please see these great articles for more detailed instructions: