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Error warnings with PHP 7.2.11

Error warnings with PHP 7.2.11
I have updated my collective access installation to providence 1.7.6 and pawtucket 1.7.6
Also updated PHP on the server to version 7.2.11
Now I find that there are php warnings in the error_log file for both pawtucket and providence. Most of these are about sizeof() and constant intval

[31-Oct-2018 09:47:23 America/Los_Angeles] PHP Warning: sizeof(): Parameter must be an array or an object that implements Countable in /home/roed3453/public_html/collectiveaccess/app/lib/core/Parsers/TimeExpressionParser.php on line 790
[31-Oct-2018 09:47:23 America/Los_Angeles] PHP Warning: Use of undefined constant intval - assumed 'intval' (this will throw an Error in a future version of PHP) in /home/roed3453/public_html/collectiveaccess/app/lib/core/Parsers/DisplayTemplateParser.php on line 58

Does collective access support PHP 7.2.11?

Comments

  • Same Problem here!

  • The current release is not tested with PHP 7.2. The next release (in the "develop" branch on GitHub) is.

  • Since it appears that develop is pretty much PHP 7.2 compatible, wouldn't that compatibility be headline enough by itself for a nearly as-is 1.7.7 maintenance release? Likely more and more of the new and "try-it-yourself" installs are going to be attempted on php 7.2.X.

  • Yes it would. It's a matter of having the time to package it.

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