class Version

Facilitates the comparison of version strings.

Methods

static bool
compare(string $version1, string $version2, string $operator, int|null $precision = null)

Compares two versions with an operator.

static string|null
normalize(string $version, int|null $precision)

Normalizes a version string to the number of components given in the parameter $precision.

Details

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static bool compare(string $version1, string $version2, string $operator, int|null $precision = null)

Compares two versions with an operator.

This method is identical to {@link version_compare()}, except that you can pass the number of regarded version components in the last argument $precision.

Examples:

Version::compare('1.2.3', '1.2.4', '==')
// => false

Version::compare('1.2.3', '1.2.4', '==', 2)
// => true

Parameters

string $version1 A version string
string $version2 A version string to compare
string $operator The comparison operator
int|null $precision The number of components to compare. Pass NULL to compare the versions unchanged.

Return Value

bool Whether the comparison succeeded

See also

normalize()

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static string|null normalize(string $version, int|null $precision)

Normalizes a version string to the number of components given in the parameter $precision.

Examples:

Version::normalize('1.2.3', 1);
// => '1'

Version::normalize('1.2.3', 2);
// => '1.2'

Parameters

string $version A version string
int|null $precision The number of components to include. Pass NULL to return the version unchanged.

Return Value

string|null the normalized version or NULL if it couldn't be normalized