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Posted: 04/10/2017, 7:06 AM Quote message

Yes Software indicates CCS 5.1 is compatible with PHP 7. However, under project settings, the only two options available for "PHP version" are 4.x and 5.x. Is 5.x close enough, or is there something I'm missing?

Related: I've seen reference here and there to the code templates used by CCS (I don't know the proper name). Where are they located and is there any good info for editing them?

Thanks much,

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Posted: 05/15/2017, 6:26 AM Quote message

I have the same question, how to initiate a project in php 7?

I tried to run a css php 5.x project on a php 7 server, it failed.


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Posted: 05/17/2017, 5:35 PM Quote message

You need to downgrade to earlier version to use on PHP 5.

Let me know if you need that version - can send a download link.
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Posted: 12/27/2019, 10:40 AM Quote message

What is the maximum version of php 7 that can work with php 5.6, without CCS code conversions?
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Posted: 12/30/2019, 7:22 AM Quote message

Quote ccsminer:
What is the maximum version of php 7 that can work with php 5.6, without CCS code conversions?

As far as I know, you best change the sqllib in common.php to mysqli (heard, but not tested), we used another library which repalcles the mysql calls.
Besides that there is a tool in the facebook user group:
"Barak Ravid hat eine Datei hochgeladen.
10. Juli 2018

UPDATED 2019-11-12

I've developed a script to transform CCS php files to work with PHP7.2. includes changing function and constructor names, each iterations etc. I don't take any responsibility, but I am using this regularly.

usage from command line:
php conv_fnames.php <path to project dir after publish>


Run this after each publish. It is set to ignore directory CCS if its located inside your publish directory so not to touch the original. And set to ignore node_modules - if you are using node for any reason.

It assumes you haven't touched the CodeCharge library files such as classes.php etc - which can always be regenerated from scratch. "

You may download the tool there

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