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Jamie
Posted on 08-07-15 12:45 PM, in Link | ID: 86847
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Will AcmlmBoard 2 ever support PHP 7?

I think it's planned for October, and some host services at some point, will drop support for PHP 5 (probably in a year or two), so it might be good, to make it PHP 7 compatible in the near future.

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And you post that in a dramatic tone, as if PHP7 required some major code changes for PHP5 code to work under it. Do you actually know anything about that?


(also, why the hell are your posts centered?)

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Jamie
Posted on 08-10-15 11:36 AM, in (rev. 2 of 08-10-15 11:38 AM by Jamie) Link | ID: 86906
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No, I mean, some of it might say all that deprecated crap and it might look stupid, I don't know the actual changes made to the code though.

And my posts are centred, because of the footer being centred, it would look stupid to have the main posts not centred. I'll read the layout rules if this is a violation of the rules.

edit: oh shit, where the hell are the board rules? (and also, delete this crappy thread if it's useless)

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he's banned, but the version I've been working on should work on PHP 5.4+ and be compatible with PHP 7 strict mode (i'm running the latest beta of PHP 7 for development).

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Resurrecting this thread to give you some feedback about this, as I just did the jump.

My board isn't AB2.5, but there are still a few points of interest:

* The /e modifier for preg_replace(), which was already deprecated, isn't supported anymore. Any such preg_replace() calls seem to return blank strings.

* Not related to PHP, but recent MySQL versions run in strict mode by default. If a string is too long to fit in its field, or non-int data is inserted in an int field, it throws an error instead of truncating. (worst case, it can be made to run in non-strict mode)

* The new ?? operator might help bringing down the number of "accessing undefined array index" notices and other shit.

* The new version of mcrypt is picky. If encryption keys aren't a 'good' length (16/24/32 possible for AES256), it throws an error.

* Division by zero returns NaN. Watch out for that.

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Post #4931
the strict mcrypt isn't actually new to PHP 7

I've had the same issue when I tested AB 2.5.3 some time ago on PHP 5.6.15, and the error given for this wasn't exactly clear (this is PHP after all, what was I expecting)

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Oh. The more you know :P


Also, postdiff.php/lol.php will be broken. PHP7 made changes regarding OOP, and shit like "&new Object()" doesn't work anymore (it's a syntax error).

The whole diff engine also needs to be fixed, it keeps passing objects around by reference even though doing so is pointless.

I fixed the diff engine, here. I removed the docs and tests folders which are useless for the board.

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Sorry again for the bump, but I'm legitamently wanting to try out acmlmboard, and this is the only thing holding me back.

How's progress on this been so far? Has it been merged into the main repo

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Does the strict mode stuff explain why mysql 5.7 breaks alot of stuff @staple?

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PHP 7.. I can make that happen for you.. but it'll cost you. Oh common, It's just a handshake!

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PHP 7.. I can make that happen for you.. but it'll cost you. Oh common, It's just a handshake!


Umm.. yeah no. It works on PHP7 according to Schezo. GO away!

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