Installing PHP 7.2 on OSX with Homebrew

February 16, 2018 By - Usama Muneer | 1005

    Follow the simple steps below to upgrade to PHP version on you OSX to 7.2

    Step # 01: Make sure the brew is updated

    brew update

    brew upgrade

    Step # 02: Unlink the Previously installed PHP version

    brew unlink php71

    If you have another older version of PHP, write that instead.

    Finally – Install PHP 7.2

    brew install php72

    Wait for the installation to finish, you’re now running on PHP 7.2. You may run php -v to check the current PHP version on your machine.

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