Testing phpBB on new version of php

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Danielx64
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Testing phpBB on new version of php

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I have just receive news that PHP 5.6 is now in RC and I would like to know how the developers go about testing a new version of php. Do you just test all of the features and take note of any errors in the php error logs?
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Pretty much. This is another perfect reason why we have implemented test cases using PHPUnit and Travis. :geek:
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Sweet I shall start testing (even though it RC) over the weekend.
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We already run all of our test suite against 5.6 and do not have any errors, but manual testing wouldn't hurt.
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Re: Testing phpBB on new version of php

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This been done on both 3.0 and 3.1?
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yes
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