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06607Bug reports[All Projects] Installationpublic2012-09-29 21:21
ReporteryadesAssigned Toc_schmitz 
Status closedResolutionnot fixable 
Product Version2.00+ 
Target VersionFixed in Version 
Summary06607: Check PHP version
Descriptionwhen installing 2.00, it will good to check the PHP version on servor like V1.92
and to be inform by an error message PHP version is outdated
Steps To Reproduceinstall V2.00
TagsNo tags attached.
Complete LimeSurvey version number (& build)120924
I will donate to the project if issue is resolvedNo
Database & DB-Versionsql
Operating System (Server)linux
Webserver software & versiondon't know
PHP Version4




2012-09-29 13:33

administrator   ~20888

I don't understand. During installation the PHP version is checked.


2012-09-29 19:14

reporter   ~20891

When I installed V2.00 for the first time, I had this error message "Parse error: syntax error, unexpected T_OBJECT_OPERATOR in / on line 178." and I didn't understand why. So I transfered V1.92+ on the same servor and I had an error message " Your PHP version is outdated". Thus I understood why V2.00 didn't work and I modified .htaccess file.
I think it will good to have the message "Your PHP version is outdated" with V2.00 than "Parse error: syntax error, unexpected T_OBJECT_OPERATOR in / on line 178". It's more understandable.


2012-09-29 21:21

administrator   ~20893

Ah, I understand now.

Unfortunately We rely on a third party framework which in turn relied on certain features PHP4 is missing - even for the first file that is loaded at all.
So there is no way to code a message like the one you are suggesting, sorry.

Issue History

Date Modified Username Field Change
2012-09-28 17:23 yades New Issue
2012-09-29 13:33 c_schmitz Note Added: 20888
2012-09-29 13:33 c_schmitz Assigned To => c_schmitz
2012-09-29 13:33 c_schmitz Status new => feedback
2012-09-29 19:14 yades Note Added: 20891
2012-09-29 19:14 yades Status feedback => assigned
2012-09-29 21:21 c_schmitz Note Added: 20893
2012-09-29 21:21 c_schmitz Status assigned => closed
2012-09-29 21:21 c_schmitz Resolution open => not fixable