[Tutorial] Using global php.ini


  • administrators
    | 94256 points

    With Laragon, you can add another PHP version easily.
    https://forum.laragon.org/topic/166/tutorial-how-to-add-another-php-version

    However, Laragon will use the default settings come with PHP zip file. In case, you want to use your php.ini settings, do the followings:

    1. Put your preferred php.ini settings in usr\tpl\php.ini.tpl
    2. When running, Laragon will check if there is a php.ini in your PHP folder (PHP_PATH). If not, it will use the usr\tpl\php.ini.tpl: copy to PHP_PATH\php.ini and also correct all wrong paths (such as extension_dir).

  • | 792 points

    Hi,

    This is kind of confusing. because everytime i need to change php.ini i will change in the php.ini.tpl file and start / restart the laragon but if php.ini already exists then the file is not getting modified with the latest changes in php.ini.tpl

    as per me i think its not a global kind of thing. as it just tries to replace / update the php.ini

    Global file should be included after php.ini loads from core. and it should be loaded no matter what. thats what i call it as global.


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