I run a website with Zend Framework <2.5 (2.4.13) which is kind of outdated, yay surprise. It runs with PHP 7.2, but not with PHP 7.3 or 7.4 anymore. Issues seem to be easy to fix, like:
Warning: "continue" targeting switch is equivalent to "break". Did you mean to use "continue 2"? in /var/www/vendor/laminas/laminas-stdlib/src/ArrayObject.php on line 425 Fatal error: Uncaught ErrorException: compact(): Undefined variable: extras in /var/www/vendor/laminas/laminas-view/src/Helper/HeadLink.php:402
I tracked down the first one and it was fixed in newer versions of laminas-stdlib already. For me fixing those issues is probably easier than upgrading to a newer version + I don’t like updating the error level, feels like cheating. So before creating PR to target those issues I wanted to check if it’s welcomed to do so, because people/communities have different opinions on supporting old versions.