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If so, is there a timeline for when it might be available?

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The search at the top appears to be broken. After applying tags, I was able to find this question: https://community.webfaction.com/questions/19141/php-7-availability but not before.

asked 05 Dec '15, 18:05

mikemand
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edited 05 Dec '15, 18:06


Absolutely we have been testing the Release Candidates and have built the 7.0.0 release. We will announce it on our blog and social media when it is officially deployed on all of our server.

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answered 05 Dec '15, 18:10

aaront ♦♦
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Do you have a rough timeline? Testing will take a week/month/year, then deploy will take a few days/weeks...?

(09 Dec '15, 18:52) mikemand

@mikemand PHP 7 is available in our 1-click installer as of two days ago. See here for more info: PHP 7 is here!

(09 Dec '15, 22:22) seanf

Fantastic!

(09 Dec '15, 22:23) mikemand

I created a php7 application however it does not appear to be php 7.0 it still shows as Current PHP version: 5.6.142.0 when doing a version check in my application. Am I missing something ?

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answered 09 Dec '15, 17:51

MITCHY
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How does you version check work?

(09 Dec '15, 18:02) seanf

echo 'Current PHP version: ' . phpversion();

even my magento 2 readiness check says php 5.6

(09 Dec '15, 18:44) MITCHY

@MITCHY I checked your account and it doesn't look like you have any PHP 7 apps assigned to any sites.

It might be easier for us to help you if you open a support ticket to give us more precise details regarding the app and site that you're working with.

(09 Dec '15, 22:24) seanf

I will submit a support ticket thank you

(10 Dec '15, 18:08) MITCHY
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