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zero-24
1 Dec 2019

Pull Request for Issue https://volunteers.joomla.org/departments/production/reports/1128-production-dept-meeting-november-05-2019

Summary of Changes

As of https://volunteers.joomla.org/departments/production/reports/1128-production-dept-meeting-november-05-2019 the minimum PHP for Joomla 4.0 is 7.2.5

Testing Instructions

Install on php lower than 7.2.5 -> see the message
install on php above 7.2.5 -> (and meet the other requirements) see no message

Expected result

php 7.2.5 is minimum

Actual result

php 7.2.0 is minimum

Documentation Changes Required

none as this is a 4.0 change to be documented with the 4.0 PR that will follow

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brianteeman - comment - 1 Dec 2019

I have tested this item successfully on 091489b


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avatar ot2sen
ot2sen - comment - 1 Dec 2019

With Joomla! 4 final release not being released until 2020 we should target a different minimum IMO.
Having a 'security fixes only' minimum from launch do not meet our usual standards of being ahead of the game. At least please make it PHP 7.3+ which has full support throughout 2020.
https://www.php.net/supported-versions.php

avatar mbabker
mbabker - comment - 1 Dec 2019

How about don’t bump it again until the beta is tagged as this is now the fourth time it has changed in this iteration of 4.0.

Also, there is zero technical benefit to a 7.3 minimum over 7.2, a 7.3 minimum is purely for the “security support means branch is unsupported” crowd. Personally I would jump 7.2 to 7.4 for minimum but I doubt usage statistics would support that one at this time.

avatar alikon alikon - test_item - 2 Dec 2019 - Tested successfully
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alikon - comment - 2 Dec 2019

I have tested this item successfully on 091489b


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Status New Ready to Commit
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alikon - comment - 2 Dec 2019

RTC


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avatar wilsonge
wilsonge - comment - 2 Dec 2019

meet our usual standards of being ahead of the game

In the past this wasn't exactly our standard for PHP versions - we deployed based on what was being deployed with linux lts operating systems. Which is the same standard that was used for 7.2.5 if you read the symfony issue tracker on them picking 7.2.5

avatar wilsonge wilsonge - change - 2 Dec 2019
Status Ready to Commit Fixed in Code Base
Closed_Date 0000-00-00 00:00:00 2019-12-02 16:32:24
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wilsonge - comment - 2 Dec 2019

Thanks!

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