[pmwiki-users] PHP version for PmWiki
languefrancaise at gmail.com
Fri Jun 19 09:59:59 CDT 2015
Hummm... according to PmWiki/Requirements, what you need for running pmwiki
new install is pretty basic and I guess all recent versions support php 5.3
thus you might not be targeting the real issue
1. PHP <http://php.net/> 4.3 or later
- PHP 5 or later is recommended
- for PHP 5.5 compatibility use the current version of PmWiki
In real life, just install a new independant pmwiki instance somewhere on
your account, so you can test.
If it's working, try copying there in wiki.d some data. Check what trouble
are happening. Pay special attention to encoding (utf8).
Issues you encounter are likely to be related to something else than php
version : your own modifications maybe ? or the recipes you use ? or
encoding trouble ?
2015-06-19 16:28 GMT+02:00 Bernard Bel <bernarbel at gmail.com>:
> Thank you Michael!
> I had installed PmWiki version 2.2.74 on 31 March 2015 and it would not
> run under PHP 5.4
> Version 2.2.76 accepting PHP 5.5 is very good news!
> We use the Barthelme theme (http://www.plaintxt.org/themes/barthelme/),
> no particular cookbook.
> I found it worrying not to find a list of PmWiki versions along with
> supported PHP versions.
> All the best
> Bernard Bel
> On 19 juin 2015, at 15:50, michael paulukonis <xraysmalevich at gmail.com>
> > The current version of PmWiki - 2.2.76 - is compatible with PHP 5.5 per
> > Are you referring to code in PmWiki, or of cookbook extensions?
> > What version of PmWiki are you running?
> > -Michael Paulukonis
> > http://www.xradiograph.com
> > Interference Patterns (a blog)
> > @XraysMonaLisa
> > http://michaelpaulukonis.com
> > Sent from somewhere in the Cloud
> > (hearthrug, by the fender)
> > On Fri, Jun 19, 2015 at 9:27 AM, Bernard Bel <bernarbel at gmail.com>
> > Hello,
> > I was a subscriber of this list in 2012 after enthusiastically
> converting old wikis to PmWiki. I have just subscribed again because I am
> facing a serious problem. My apologies if the issue has already been raised
> on this list!
> > In France, OVH, the foremost service provider, announced that after 24
> September 2015 they will no longer support PHP 5.3 and earlier versions.
> > I upgraded the wikis I am in charge of and noticed that they still run
> under PHP 5.3. Version 5.4 yields error messages due to an obsolete manner
> of passing variable pointers in functions. In my conventional web design,
> for instance, I had to replace calls such as
> > str_replace($this,$that,$line,&$count)
> > with:
> > str_replace($this,$that,$line,$count)
> > I notice that PHP code is often using the '&' addressing and it does not
> look easy to change all occurrences...
> > So, my question is: is there a chance that we get a new version of
> PmWiki supporting PHP >= 5.4 before September 24?
> > Otherwise, which new piece of software should we use to migrate from the
> obsolete PmWiki?
> > Your advice will be greatly appreciated!
> > Bernard Bel <bernard.bel at lpl-aix.fr>
> > Ingénieur de recherche
> > Laboratoire Parole et Langage
> > http://lpl-aix.fr
> > UMR 7309 CNRS - Université d'Aix-Marseille
> > 13604 Aix-en-Provence (France)
> > Founder member, Special Interest Group on Speech Prosody (SProSIG)
> > Designer and curator, Speech & Language Data Repository (SLDR)
> > http://sldr.org
> > Bol Processor project
> > http://bolprocessor.sourceforge.net
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