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Eingetragen am 13.11.2018 10:54
Hallo!

Ich weiß nicht, ob ich hier richtig bin, andernfalls bitte verschieben.

Wie sieht es mit dem Update auf PHP 7 aus? Kann die neueste Version das jetzt? Da PHP 5.6 de-supported wird, muss ich mich entscheiden, ob ich

- auf PHP 7 wechsle und alle meine manuell geänderten Sachen selbst anpasse
- alle meine Änderungen mit einer neuen Combrix-Version merge oder
- auf was ganz anderes umsteige (was noch viel mehr Arbeit wäre).

Ich möchte bei Combrix bleiben, aber... naja.
Wie ist der Stand mit der neuesten Version?
Danke!



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bahnfrank65
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Bei mir läuft das aktuelle Combrix auf PHP5.5.9,
es sind etliche Anpassungen wegen veralteter Dinge gemacht worden.
Z.Bsp. sind msql-Befehle auf msqli umgestellt das wäre dann auch PHP7-gerecht.
Man müsste es mal kostenfrei auf PHP7 testen können. aber wo ?


>> meine Combrix-Testseite <<
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