PHP CompatInfo is a library that
can find the minimum version and the extensions required for a piece of code to run.
Running on PHP greater than 7.1 for parsing source code in a format PHP 5.2 to PHP 8.0
- PHP 7.1.3 or greater
- PHPUnit 7 or greater (if you want to run unit tests)
The recommended way to install this library is through composer.
If you don't know yet what is composer, have a look on introduction.
composer require bartlett/php-compatinfo
Build PHAR distribution
Since release 5.4.2 building of phar version of application is part of composer automated process.
Either when you install or update project with Composer, the
bin/phpcompatinfo.phar file will be built.
- You may avoid this by invoking composer command with
- You may also rebuild the phar file by invoking
composer compile-box command (shortcut of
Full documentation is written in MarkDown format, and HTML export is possible with Daux.io.
See output results at http://bartlett.laurent-laville.org/php-compatinfo/ or raw
*.md files in
Table of Contents
- Parse source code in format PHP 5.2 to PHP 8.0
- Detect PHP features for each Major/minor versions
- Detect versions of all directives, constants, functions, classes, interfaces of 100 extensions and more
- Display/Inspect list of extensions, and their versions supported
- Use of PSR11 containers to configure application services.
- Laurent Laville (Lead Dev)
- Thanks to Nikita Popov who wrote a marvellous PHP Parser.
- Thanks also to Remi Collet, a contributor of first hours.
- Credits to Davey Shafik. He introduced his proposal in 2004, that gave birth of a PEAR package named PHP_CompatInfo.
This project is licensed under the BSD-3-Clause License - see the LICENSE file for details