This manual covers versions up to v3.1 of JpGraph. There are three main branches of the library:
The 1.x.y series is only intended for PHP4 and is not compatible with PHP5 running in strict mode. If you are running an older installation with only PHP4 you must use this branch of the library. In addition you must use this branch if for some obscure reason only the very old GD 1.x library is available in the installation (teh GD library is the low level graphic primitives library used by JpGraph and available in PHP).
The 1.x.y series is since 31 Dec 2008 no longer maintained and should be considered deprecated. There will be no more maintenance releases made on this branch.
The "3.x.y" series is the current one and is only intended to run on PHP5. This code is optimized for use both with PHP5 as well as the new (and bundled version) of the GD 2.x library. Hence this will not work if you only have the older GD 1.x graphic primitive library installed. However, all modern PHP installations since 2006 have shipped with GD 2.x so this should not in reality be any problem.
Please note that it is not possible to run the "3.x.y" series on PHP4. If you need to run on PHP4 then you must use the 1.x version of the library.
This is in principle the same as the "3.x.y" branch with the difference that the pro-version includes a number of additional modules (see Part V. Additional graph types available in the professional version) not available in the free version. This includes both some additional graph types as well as 1D and 2D barcodes. In addition the professional license gives three months of email support for installing and configuring the library.