I get the Warning "Your PHP Version & Apache Version are not compatible" when switching to a PHP version with a different VC (i.e. PHP 7.1 VC14 x64 to PHP 5.6 VC11 x64). So I go and get the Apache version with the correct VC and everything works great.
However, my question is, can I make a script/some code that whenever I change PHP versions, it also changes the Apache version to the one with the same VC at the same time. At present, I can not switch PHP versions without getting that warning, followed by continuous "httpd.exe" error windows. Is this normal? Am I doing something wrong? Previously I've used WampServer, and I never had to worry about different VCs, so I'm new to this type of management.
To recap, I can successfully change PHP versions (and Apache versions). Just not without warning and error windows popping up in the process when the VCs are temporarily not compatible.