Example on .travis.yml with CURL extension enabled
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Hi, I have a problem related to php CURL extension needed in travis-ci tests. Could anybody give me an working example how to correctly install & enable the PHP CURL extension via .travis.yml? My tests rely on existence of some CURL error constants.
I need to support CURL extension in both PHP 5.6 and PHP 7.
I've been trying to do
sudo apt-get install php5-curl and then
in my custom
extension = curl.so
But extensions directory is obviously unknown and using relative path does not work.
Thank you very much.
- Member | 118
If you need to find out default extension directory, you may try this trick:
PHP_EXT=`php -r "echo ini_get('extension_dir');"` echo "extension_dir=$PHP_EXT" >> ./tests/php.ini
but AFAIK, CURL and most other extensions are enabled on travis-ci.org by default, do you really need custom php.ini for travis tests?