The command "phpenv global 8.1" failed and exited with 1

PHP 8.1 build fails because of the following error:

curl: (22) The requested URL returned error: 404 Not Found

As you can see in this job, PHP 8.1 is not pre-installed, so it starts downloading and then gets curl error.

Why is this happening?

Any help would be appreciated.

Try using 8.1.0 as the version if you’re trying to use PHP 8.1, here’s an example .travis.yml I’ve created:

language: php
dist: bionic
php:
  - '8.1.0'
  - '8.0'
  - '7.4'
  - '7.3'
  
install: skip 
script: skip

Here’s the repository for the successful build:

Thanks! But it still fails with the following error:

php: error while loading shared libraries: libargon2.so.1: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory

Here is the logs.

Hey @nbayramberdiyev,

Glossing over your .travis.yml, it’s a bit inconsistent, so what I’ve done is fixed some of the inconsistencies I saw and let’s see if that allows it to build if not, I’ll focus on argon and do a deep dive into that.

Below is your .travis.yml that I refactored:

language: php
os:
  - linux
dist: bionic
sudo: false
cache:
  directories:
    - $HOME/.composer/cache
php:
  - '7.4'
  - '8.0'
  - '8.1.0'
env:
  global:
    - TEST_COMMAND: '"composer test"'
branches:
  except:
    - /^analysis-.*$/
before_install:
  - >-
    if ! [ -v "$DEPENDENCIES" ]; then composer require --no-update
    ${DEPENDENCIES}; fi;
install:
  - 'composer update ${COMPOSER_FLAGS} --prefer-source --no-interaction'
script:
  - $TEST_COMMAND
after_success:
  - >-
    if [[ "$COVERAGE" = true ]]; then wget
    https://scrutinizer-ci.com/ocular.phar; fi
  - >-
    if [[ "$COVERAGE" = true ]]; then php ocular.phar code-coverage:upload
    --format=php-clover build/coverage.xml; fi
jobs:
  fast_finish: true
  allow_failures:
    - php: nightly
  include:
    - php: '8.1.0'
      name: Backward compatibillity check
      env:
        - DEPENDENCIES: '"roave/backward-compatibility-check"'
          TEST_COMMAND: '"./vendor/bin/roave-backward-compatibility-check"'
    - php: '7.4'
      name: Lowest version of dependencies
      env:
        - COMPOSER_FLAGS: '"--prefer-stable --prefer-lowest"'
          COVERAGE: 'true'
          TEST_COMMAND: '"composer test-ci"'

After specifying dist: bionic, the error is disappeared. Thank you!

Great to hear, glad I could help you solve your problem.

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