Laravel Valet v2.0.3 is now released and includes several bug fixes and includes the addition of PHP 7.1.
I was running Valet v1 when I just performed the upgrade and before I could get PHP 7.1 support I had to delete it through Brew. Here is the list of steps:
valet stop valet uninstall composer global require laravel/valet brew uninstall --force php70 valet install valet restart
After these ran, I was all up to date with the latest version and running the latest PHP. If you are already on Valet 2.0, you may just need to update the underlying global Composer package.
This release also addresses other bug fixes including:
- Query String Fixes
client_max_body_sizeto the valet config file for easier changing.
- Fixes and improvements to the driver for CraftCMS
Editors Note: Some are reporting you do not have to uninstall first. Just unlink brew uninstall php70.
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