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  1. @dalecosp oh, crap. Most of my MySql queries are done with mysql_* calls, similar to this simplified version: $link = @mysql_connect($host, $user, $pass); @mysql_select_db($DBNAME); $result = @mysql_query($query, $link); So the entire site will not work. So what am I supposed to use instead? @cyberRobot As for your other guys' suggestions, sure, I can probably do all that. The question is why? Why do I need to do all this on a perfectly working website, like if I had nothing else going on in my life!? Just makes me so mad.
  2. Man, that's a lot of work. Why are they phasing out php 5.6? I don't use any third party plugins there to be subjected to any old bugs in them.
  3. Thanks. That's what I was afraid of. They'll switch my website and then I'll have to fight with a non-working live version trying to fix it. Any idea how to set up a test environment? The problem is that I'm on Windows and the web hosting company uses Linux (or FreeBSD) if I'm not mistaken.
  4. Hi everyone: I have a custom website that was written using PHP 5. It is currently hosted on DreamHost under PHP v.5.6. Since about last month they started pushing me to convert to PHP 7.X. So today they sent me an email that they will automatically convert it to PHP 7.2 on Nov. 18. Thus my question. How different are those versions? I wasn't using any fancy classes or anything like that. There's probably only a library for integration with PayPal and one for SendinBlue. But they are not mine. PS. Also do you know if there's a way to test it such conversion from 5.6 to v.7.2. I don't want to perform all work on a live website.
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