PHP version in CLI is wrong even if PATH is right
I have latest Laragon installed and I added both PHP 5.6.33 and 7.1.12
With the 7.1.12 version active, I added Laragon to PATH, and indedd I can see my 7.12 version in the PATH's list.
I also restarted a couple of time as suggested by Laragon to be sure.
But when I type "php -v" (no quotes) in a cmd shell, I get the PHP 5.6.33 version, and this prevents me form installing latest Laravel release
Even if I remove Laragon from PATH (and restart), so that I have no PHP version in PATH, the "php -v" command still tells me that 5.6.33 is there: and I have no idea where it comes from!
Only when I delete the 5.6.33 folder, restart and add Laragon to PATH, then the right 7.1.12 is in my CLI; but soon as I restore the 5.6.33 folder, the CLI is back to 5.6.33 version... and this is driving me mad!
Any idea, please?
EDIT: wait, there's more! If I type "php -v" from the classic cmd windows, I get the right 7.1.12 version! But when I use the bundled Terminal in Laragon I get the 5.6.33 version...
@ivanhalen : Did you switch to PHP 7.1.12 (click Menu > PHP > Version > xxx)?
Yes, I did at first...
Anyway, after a couple of opening/closing Terminal and restart Windows, it worked
We got the same problem with laragon on different computers. When switching PHP version, the CLI version stays on 7.xx even after opening/closing cmder a few times... Perhaps restarting Windows fixes the problem but it doesn't seems to be a valid solution.