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Last active Dec 27, 2015

Since we're upgrading from PHP 5.3 to PHP 5.5 soon, here's an example how to run two builds against PHP 5.3 and PHP 5.5 (with ext/apcu) on Travis-CI! This has been tested on Travis-CI Pro — but should work on Org as well.
language: php
php:
- 5.3
- 5.5
before_script:
- ./bin/install-apcu.sh
- phpenv config-add tests/$TRAVIS_PHP_VERSION.ini
- phpenv config-add tests/apc.ini
- composer install
script:
- cd tests/ && phpunit
; this is in `tests/`
extension="apc.so"
; this is in `tests/`
extension="apcu.so"
; your general apc settings go here
apc.cli_enabled=1
#!/bin/bash
# this script is in a `bin/` folder
if [ "$TRAVIS_PHP_VERSION" == "5.3" ]
then
exit 0
fi
# this is helpful to compile extension
sudo apt-get install autoconf
# install this version
APCU=4.0.2
# compile manually, because `pecl install apcu-beta` keep asking questions
wget http://pecl.php.net/get/apcu-$APCU.tgz
tar zxvf apcu-$APCU.tgz
cd "apcu-${APCU}"
phpize && ./configure && make install && echo "Installed ext/apcu-${APCU}"
@hjr3

You can simplify the install script with

echo "no" | pecl install apcu-beta
@hjr3

Using pecl will also add the ini file for you as well!

@andig

I think it has to be apc.enable_cli=1, not apc.cli_enabled=1

@geshan

what about PHP 7

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