Config-translation generated broken config

php
config

#1

The config Translation changed

machine:
  php:
    version: 5.6.14

to

- run:
        working_directory: ~/a/directory
        command: |-
          ln -fs << $HOME/.phpenv/versions/5.6.14/libexec/apache2/libphp5.so/usr/lib/apache2/modules/libphp5.so;
          phpenv global 5.6.14 2>/dev/null

I now get the build error

#!/bin/bash --login
ln -fs << $HOME/.phpenv/versions/5.6.14/libexec/apache2/libphp5.so/usr/lib/apache2/modules/libphp5.so;
phpenv global 5.6.14 2>/dev/null
/bin/bash: line 1: warning: here-document at line 0 delimited by end-of-file (wanted `$HOME/.phpenv/versions/5.6.14/libexec/apache2/libphp5.so/usr/lib/apache2/modules/libphp5.so')
ln: missing file operand
Try 'ln --help' for more information.
Exited with code 1

How do i specify the php version without causing this build error.

here is the full config

# This configuration was automatically generated from a CircleCI 1.0 config.
# It should include any build commands you had along with commands that CircleCI
# inferred from your project structure. We strongly recommend you read all the
# comments in this file to understand the structure of CircleCI 2.0, as the idiom
# for configuration has changed substantially in 2.0 to allow arbitrary jobs rather
# than the prescribed lifecycle of 1.0. In general, we recommend using this generated
# configuration as a reference rather than using it in production, though in most
# cases it should duplicate the execution of your original 1.0 config.
version: 2
jobs:
  build:
    working_directory: ~/a/directory
    parallelism: 1
    shell: /bin/bash --login
    # CircleCI 2.0 does not support environment variables that refer to each other the same way as 1.0 did.
    # If any of these refer to each other, rewrite them so that they don't or see https://circleci.com/docs/2.0/env-vars/#interpolating-environment-variables-to-set-other-environment-variables .
    environment:
      CIRCLE_ARTIFACTS: /tmp/circleci-artifacts
      CIRCLE_TEST_REPORTS: /tmp/circleci-test-results
    # In CircleCI 1.0 we used a pre-configured image with a large number of languages and other packages.
    # In CircleCI 2.0 you can now specify your own image, or use one of our pre-configured images.
    # The following configuration line tells CircleCI to use the specified docker image as the runtime environment for you job.
    # We have selected a pre-built image that mirrors the build environment we use on
    # the 1.0 platform, but we recommend you choose an image more tailored to the needs
    # of each job. For more information on choosing an image (or alternatively using a
    # VM instead of a container) see https://circleci.com/docs/2.0/executor-types/
    # To see the list of pre-built images that CircleCI provides for most common languages see
    # https://circleci.com/docs/2.0/circleci-images/
    docker:
    - image: circleci/build-image:ubuntu-14.04-XXL-upstart-1189-5614f37
      command: /sbin/init
    steps:
    # Machine Setup
    #   If you break your build into multiple jobs with workflows, you will probably want to do the parts of this that are relevant in each
    # The following `checkout` command checks out your code to your working directory. In 1.0 we did this implicitly. In 2.0 you can choose where in the course of a job your code should be checked out.
    - checkout
    # Prepare for artifact and test results  collection equivalent to how it was done on 1.0.
    # In many cases you can simplify this from what is generated here.
    # 'See docs on artifact collection here https://circleci.com/docs/2.0/artifacts/'
    - run: mkdir -p $CIRCLE_ARTIFACTS $CIRCLE_TEST_REPORTS
    # This is based on your 1.0 configuration file or project settings
    - run:
        working_directory: ~/a/directory
        command: |-
          ln -fs << $HOME/.phpenv/versions/5.6.14/libexec/apache2/libphp5.so/usr/lib/apache2/modules/libphp5.so;
          phpenv global 5.6.14 2>/dev/null
    # Dependencies
    #   This would typically go in either a build or a build-and-test job when using workflows
    # Restore the dependency cache
    - restore_cache:
        keys:
        # This branch if available
        - v1-dep-{{ .Branch }}-
        # Default branch if not
        - v1-dep-develop-
        # Any branch if there are none on the default branch - this should be unnecessary if you have your default branch configured correctly
        - v1-dep-
    # This is based on your 1.0 configuration file or project settings
    - run: chmod -R 777 craft/storage
    - run: mkdir -p build/reports
    - run: echo 'error_log = /home/ubuntu/php_error.log' >> /home/ubuntu/.phpenv/versions/5.6.14/etc/php.ini
    # This is based on your 1.0 configuration file or project settings
    - run: cd tests && composer install --no-interaction
    - run: mysql -e "CREATE DATABASE dev_data;"
    - run: mysql -e "CREATE USER 'dev_data'@'localhost' IDENTIFIED BY 'dev_data';"
    - run: mysql -e "GRANT ALL PRIVILEGES ON * . * TO 'dev_data'@'localhost';"
    - run: mysql dev_data < sql/fixture_db.dump.sql
    - run: cd public && php index.php || echo "just go anyway"
    # Save dependency cache
    - save_cache:
        key: v1-dep-{{ .Branch }}-{{ epoch }}
        paths:
        # This is a broad list of cache paths to include many possible development environments
        # You can probably delete some of these entries
        - vendor/bundle
        - ~/virtualenvs
        - ~/.m2
        - ~/.ivy2
        - ~/.bundle
        - ~/.go_workspace
        - ~/.gradle
        - ~/.cache/bower
        # These cache paths were specified in the 1.0 config
        - ~/.composer
    # Test
    #   This would typically be a build job when using workflows, possibly combined with build
    # This is based on your 1.0 configuration file or project settings
    - run: php craft/app/etc/console/yiic migrations migrate
    - run: cd tests && bin/phpunit
    - run: cd tests && bin/behat
    # Teardown
    #   If you break your build into multiple jobs with workflows, you will probably want to do the parts of this that are relevant in each
    # Save test results
    - store_test_results:
        path: /tmp/circleci-test-results
    # Save artifacts
    - store_artifacts:
        path: /tmp/circleci-artifacts
    - store_artifacts:
        path: build/reports
    - store_artifacts:
        path: craft/storage/runtime/logs
    - store_artifacts:
        path: /tmp/circleci-test-results


Upgrading to 2.0 - Config-translation error & deprecated base image!
#2

I don’t understand what you’re trying to do with this ln command - are you trying to make a symlink?

If you’re trying to get PHP 5.6 working on this image, just do it as if you were installing 5.6 on stock Ubuntu. Are you following a guide or tutorial?


#3

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