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  2. Robert

    PHP 7+

    Just to pass along an update on this. I've not heard anything further since my earlier response. However, there is something you can do, or your host can do, if you want to upgrade to php 7.x. After your host upgrades to php 7.x, have them also install php 5.6 (you can have them running on the same box). Then they can adjust the server config to assign which virtual host(s) will be running on php5.6 exception. Then you change edit the arylia database for options and change the path to php from, for example, /usr/bin/php to /usr/bin/php5.6. I've tested this and it works. I also know of someone who had a small partition made to run a php 5.6 environment and all dependencies for Arylia and TGPX, and then using virtual mounts and/or symlinks, to make the builder gallery folder(s) local to each domain you are building galleries for. It's not a total replacement for a php 7.x version of Arylia, and certainly is little more than a workaround. But thought I would mention it as a possible option.
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  4. edendom

    PHP 7+

    Hi Robert, please keep us in touch I definetly need this version With arylia I build a gallery in 5 minutes with a professional look with other scripts like wordpress or php script it take me really more time.
  5. Robert

    PHP 7+

    Just an update on this. I've been in communication with someone who is attempting to upgrade this script to PHP 7.x. I have no further information right now regarding the cost to obtain an upgraded copy, but will update this thread when I get more info.
  6. edendom

    PHP 7+

    Did someone find another building script to replace arylia? If yes thank you to share please we really need to have a 7.X script.
  7. edendom

    PHP 7+

    Yes I'm still interesting to contribute also
  8. sam

    PHP 7+

    If someone manage to port Arylia to PHP 7.x.x please let me know, I would like to contribute/donate to this cause.
  9. sam

    Does it work on PHP 5.6?

    I run PHP 5.6.40 with Arylia 3.2.0. I have to turn "on" the "short_open_tag" setting on PHP 5.6.40 config file, it came "off" on 5.6.x
  10. edendom

    PHP 7+

    Ok let's see what they say.
  11. Robert

    PHP 7+

    Ok, yeah, I would like more cost certainty on it. I've had Mechbunny customize their tgp script and tube scripts for me and have never been disappointed. Talented people there. I've reached out to a couple of trustworthy programmers who are very security conscious and are also familiar with Arylia.
  12. edendom

    PHP 7+

    I got an answer and it could be pricy : I also cannot really quote this, we don't know how long it will take - We can only bill hourly (70eur/hr). It might take 2-3 hours or it might take 2-3 days to do. It took us 3 days to convert our tube script for PHP7.
  13. edendom

    PHP 7+

    I contacted mechbunny, they have a good reputation and I use some of their products which work fine. You can contact them here: http://support.mechbunny.com/
  14. Robert

    PHP 7+

    I'd need to vet the programmer first. I have very specific requirements when it comes to coding, including proper commenting/documentation in any files/routines that are edited.
  15. edendom

    PHP 7+

    I ask a quote for upgrade to php 7 waiting for an answer actually. I'll keep you update, maybe we could share the fee.
  16. Robert

    PHP 7+

    I'm told some hosts may assist in converting it, but that's not a guarantee either. We did the update to php 5.3.x then thru 5.6.x after Arylia gave it all up. The problem here mostly is finding the time to do it -- and of course, paying someone to do it. I'm more hopeful that there's enough programming skill among the Arylia user community to convert the existing script.
  17. jjjefersonnn

    PHP 7+

    hey, with the end of PHP 5.6 support... what you guys gonna do? jump in to mechbunny or find someones to update to php 7+ arylia?
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