[pmwiki-users] PHP version for PmWiki
xraysmalevich at gmail.com
Fri Jun 19 08:50:58 CDT 2015
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?
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On Fri, Jun 19, 2015 at 9:27 AM, Bernard Bel <bernarbel at gmail.com> wrote:
> 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
> 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
> 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>
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> 13604 Aix-en-Provence (France)
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> Designer and curator, Speech & Language Data Repository (SLDR)
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