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jeudi 13 avril 2017

PHP 7.2 as Software Collection

No version published yet, version 7.2.0-dev is still under development, but I think it is useful to be able to start testing.

RPM of this upcoming version of PHP 7.2, are available in remi repository for Fedora 24, 25, 26 and Enterprise Linux 6, 7 (RHEL, CentOS, ...) in a fresh new Software Collection (php72) allowing its installation beside the system version.

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mercredi 1 mars 2017

ZipArchive with encryption

Point of the situation with the development of zip extension version 1.14.0 which implements support of encrypted archives.

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jeudi 23 février 2017

Additional PHP packages for RHSCL

Current situation about official repositories providing PHP Software Collections for  RHEL and CentOS users.

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vendredi 2 décembre 2016

PHP version 7.1.0 is released!

RC6 was GOLD, so version 7.1.0 GA is just released, at planed date.

A great thanks to all developers who have contributed to this new major and long awaiting version of PHP and thanks to all testers of the RC versions who have allowed us to deliver a good quality version.

RPM are available in the remi-php71 repository for Fedora  23 and Enterprise Linux  6 (RHEL, CentOS) and as Software Collection in the remi-safe repository.

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dimanche 13 novembre 2016

Redis from PHP

Here is a small comparison of the various solutions to use a Redis database from PHP on Linux

All the tests have be run on Fedora 25 but should work on RHEL, CentOS or any other distribution.

Tested solutions:

 

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lundi 7 novembre 2016

Red Hat will provide PHP 7.0 for RHEL

Announcement: Red Hat Software Collections 2.3 now beta

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mardi 20 septembre 2016

Microsoft SQL Server from PHP

Here is a small comparison of the various solutions to use a Microsoft SQL Server database from PHP, on Linux.

All the tests have be run on Fedora 23 but should work on RHEL or CentOS version 7.

Tested extensions:

 

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samedi 23 juillet 2016

New "remi-php71" repository

I've just open the remi-php71 repository for Fedora ≥ 23 and Enterprise Linux ≥ 6.

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mardi 28 juin 2016

PHP version 7.0 in Fedora 25

FESCO have approved, for Fedora 25 the upgrade from PHP 5.6 to PHP 7.0.

 

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samedi 11 juin 2016

PHP 7.1 and number check

PHP 7.1 introduce a new check during conversion of string to number.

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vendredi 10 juin 2016

PHP 7.1 as Software Collection

Version 7.1.0 Alpha 1 is released. It's now enter the stabilisation phase for the developpers, and the test phase for the users.

RPM of this upcoming version of PHP 7.1, are available in remi repository for Fedora 22, 23, 24 and Enterprise Linux 6, 7 (RHEL, CentOS, ...) in a fresh new Software Collection (php71) allowing its installation beside the system version.

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samedi 16 avril 2016

My PHP Workstation

I often read questions about how to use an old PHP version on Fedora (which have 7.0) or a more recent version on  RHEL / CentOS (which have 5.4).

A developer using PHP often need to test his work with various versions. So here is a description of the Workstation I use daily.

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mercredi 30 mars 2016

Download statistics by PHP Version

Here is some download statistics from remi repository, for the various PHP versions available.

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jeudi 3 décembre 2015

PHP version 7.0.0 is released!

RC8 was GOLD, so version 7.0.0 GA is just released, at planed date.

A great thanks to all developers who have contributed to this new major and long awaiting version of PHP and thanks to all testers of the RC versions who have allowed us to deliver a good quality version.

RPM are available in the remi-php70 repository for Fedora  21 and Enterprise Linux  6 (RHEL, CentOS) and as Software Collection in the remi-safe repository.

Thanks to the great performance of this version, you will be able to contribute to the fight against global warming by powering off half of yours servers!

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vendredi 27 novembre 2015

Forum PHP in Paris 2015

Back from Forum PHP Paris 2015.

First, a huge thanks to AFUP for the organization of this great event, as always, reception was beyond reproach.

This event was, once more, a great opportunity for many and rewarding meetings with lot of  PHP developers and users.

This year was exceptional, because PHP is 20 years old, AFUP is 15 years old and of course because of upcoming  PHP version 7:

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On the photo : (top) Derick Rethans, Anatol Belski, me, Zeev Suraski, (bottom) Pierre Joye, Rasmus Lerdorf, Bob Weinand and Nikita Popov.

More photos on Flickr.

I had the change to give a talk about collaboration between upstream (projects) and downstream (distribution) with an important part about QA management by the Fedora project.

Read the slides: Paris2015.pdf.

Feedback seems good, see joind.id.

I waiting for next meetings.

lundi 9 novembre 2015

PHPUnit code coverage benchmark

As already said numerous time, PHP 7 is faster than PHP 5.

Since PHPUnit 4.8 you can choose between XDebug and phpdbg as driver to retrieve code coverage data, see PHPUnit 4.8: Code Coverage Support.

Here is some benchmark results.

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mercredi 9 septembre 2015

Windows files access from Linux in PHP

I just discover the libsmbclient-php project, here some information.

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vendredi 24 juillet 2015

New "remi-php70" repository

I've just open the remi-php70 repository for Fedora ≥ 21 and Enterprise Linux ≥ 6.

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mardi 7 juillet 2015

About libmcrypt and php-mcrypt

I can't count the number of time I had to explain why using this library or this PHP extension is a terrible mistake. So time to blog about  it.

 

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mardi 23 juin 2015

Red Hat provides PHP 5.6 for RHEL (and CentOS)

Announcement : Red Hat Software Collections 2 – now generally available

And for CentOS : Software Collections 2.0 available

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