Tagged with #phpactivate

PHP-Activate 0.3.1

I've released php-activate 0.3.1, a PHP project version manager for Linux systems using native PHP packages.

Made for those working with multiple projects using a variety of PHP versions, this script will switch to the correct PHP version for the local shell session. It does not require sudo, so even works in IDEs.

The latest version contains a few small changes:

  1. Eliminate the activate_php:export:20: invalid option(s) output. Exporting the php function is not needed as we source the script into the current shell session.
  2. Harden the script by implementing shellscript linting recommendations.
  3. Readme update.

#projects #phpactivate

January 2 at 9:59 am

PHP-Activate 0.3.0

I've released php-activate 0.3.0, a PHP project version manager for Linux systems using native PHP packages.

Made for those working with multiple projects using a variety of PHP versions, this script will switch to the correct PHP version for the local shell session. It does not require sudo, so even works in IDEs.

The latest version drops support for the Fish shell again, and fixes compatibility with direnv. The correct PHP version is activated when changing into a project directory that is setup according to the README. #projects #phpactivate

December 15 at 9:47 am

PHP-Activate 0.2.0

I've released php-activate 0.2.0, a PHP project version manager for Linux systems using native PHP packages.

Made for those working with multiple projects using a variety of PHP versions, this script will switch to the correct PHP version for the local shell session. It does not require sudo, so even works in IDEs.

The latest version adds support for the Fish shell. #projects #phpactivate

October 5 at 8:59 am

I've released php-activate 0.1.2, a PHP project version manager for Linux systems using native PHP packages.

Made for those working with multiple projects using a variety of PHP versions, this script will automatically switch to the correct PHP version after cding into the project folder. It does not require sudo, so even works in IDEs.

The latest version contains only documentation changes, but I've been using this successfully for a few months, so wanted to share this more widely. #projects #phpactivate

March 21 at 2:28 pm