Easily switch between PHP versions on your Mac. Requires Homebrew and works with Laravel Valet.
switch-php is as easy as running:
npm install --global switch-php
If you use Yarn, you can do this:
yarn global add switch-php
Alternatively you can move the
switch-php.sh file from this repo into your home directory and add this line in your
You must have PHP installed via Homebrew in order for
switch-php to work.
switch-php also works really well with Laravel Valet, but Valet is not a requirement in order to use
Here's an example of how you would use
$ switch-php 7.1 -v -m 512M
switch-php-> The main command. (Required)
7.1-> Specify the version of PHP you want to switch too, in this case
-v-> Request verbose output (Optional)
-m 512M-> Request a custom PHP memory setting. If you don't pass an additional arugment, the memory will be reset to the Valet default. (Optional)
Here's the full list of versions/options:
Usage: version [options] [arguments] Options: -h, --help Display the help message -v, --verbose Display more info during the process -m, --memory Customize the PHP memory setting (Valet only) Available Versions: 5.6 Switch to [email protected] 7.0 Switch to [email protected] 7.1 Switch to [email protected] 7.2 Switch to [email protected] 7.3 Switch to [email protected] 7.4 Switch to [email protected]
--memory, it will reset any previously set custom memory settings to the default Valet config.
--memoryif you want to override the default Valet memory settings. For example, you can do:
switch-php 7.1 -m 512M # [email protected] with 512MB of memory switch-php 7.3 -m 2G -v # [email protected] with 2GB of memory; verbose output switch-php 5.6 --memory=1G # [email protected] with 1GB of memory