In your case, you can do this:
- Switch back to the former MySQL
- Dump your databases
- Switch to the prefer version
- Restore your databases (You can create other database names to avoid conflicts)
There is a tutorial about using Laragon + Laravel + SQLite created by CoffeeTimeCode. You can check it here:
@Henryway: Which database system are you using? (SQLite I guess)
Ah, you'right. So it's bin\mysql\mysql-5.7.13-win32\my.ini
You can add sql_mode option under [mysqld] in the file (my.ini) as the article mentioned:
[mysqld] # ... other stuff will probably be here sql_mode = "STRICT_TRANS_TABLES,ERROR_FOR_DIVISION_BY_ZERO,NO_AUTO_CREATE_USER,NO_ENGINE_SUBSTITUTION"
@filipveschool : You just need to download xdebug from https://xdebug.org/download.php
Select the right version and put the PHP's ext folder.
UnlikeWAMP/XAMPP, you can use both PHP Thread Safe and PHP Non Thread Safe with Laragon. When you use PHP Thread Safe, Laragon will display [Thread Safe] on the title bar
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