PHP 7.0 Is Being Planned For Fedora 25
Written by Michael Larabel in Fedora on 14 June 2016 at 08:12 AM EDT. 4 Comments
FEDORA --
The upcoming release of Fedora 24 isn't shipping with PHP 7.0 but for Fedora 25 later in the year is when they plan to migrate to PHP7 for its speed improvements and more.

There is now a PHP 7.0 change proposal for review that's looking to ship PHP 7.0 for Fedora 25. PHP 7.1 will arrive too late for F25 thus the latest PHP 7.0.x release is planned while PHP 7.1.x will presumably come for Fedora 26.

See the aforelinked Fedora Wiki page if you want more details about the PHP changes planned for Fedora 25.
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