Php Version Information Must Be Displayed On Cs-Cart Forum

We all know that CS-Cart uses its own frame work to build its software, so it make sense to post on forum as to what version of PHP is used to build the current version.
Of course I know that CS-Cart is open source platform, and any knowledgeable developer can easily identify the version used and researching through release announcement will give an idea, but however I feel majority of members are business men having limited or no knowledge of PHP.

Two things to understand.

1) cs-cart isn't built against a particular version. PHP is an interpreted language and hence the source code is read by the interpreter at run-time.

2) Cs-cart publishes what versions of PHP are supported for which versions of cs-cart. You might want to look at this forum posting:

PHP 5.1.x, 5.2.x:

CS-Cart 1.3.x ( PHP 4 is also supported)
CS-Cart 2.0.Ñ…

PHP 5.1.x, 5.2.x, 5.3.x

CS-Cart 2.1.x
CS-Cart 2.2.x
CS-Cart 3.0.x

PHP 5.3.x, 5.4.x, 5.5.x, 5.6.x

CS-Cart 4.x.x

Dear Tony, while reading Ullman’s book I was told that each new version will introduce few new syntax and deprecate some old syntax that are not needed for some particular reasons, so I thought it will be general practice to follow latest standard while writing code, actually my thread is based on this very belief.
Tony thanks for the great link.
Note: Mr. Ullman have only provided me an introduction; I have many miles to munch, so I will not get into deep discussion.

Actually the CS-Cart requirements for the latest versions can be found on the official CS-Cart website: