[Pmwiki-users] [=text=][=text=] => error
Sat May 8 20:56:40 CDT 2004
Greg Morgan wrote:
> J. Meijer wrote:
>>>>Parse error: parse error, unexpected T_STRING, expecting ']' in
>>>c:\inetpub\wwwroot\pmwiki\pmwiki0615.php(881) : regexp code on line 1
>>>Fatal error: Failed evaluating code: $KPV[16??17] in
>>>c:\inetpub\wwwroot\pmwiki\pmwiki0615.php on line 881
>>>There must be something else going on, as I cannot duplicate this
>>>error on pmichaud.com.
>>>At any rate, try setting $KeepToken="\263\263\263"; in
>>>config.php and see if that fixes the problem.
>>Setting $KeepToken did not resolve it. So I tried removing my configs, and
>>just to be sure I rebooted, extracted pmwiki-0.6.16 into a *new* folder,
>>pointed the browser, and edited the sandbox in this newly installed PmWiki
>>to contain '[=text=][=text=] => error'. Bang:
>> Parse error: parse error, unexpected T_STRING, expecting ']' in
>> c:\inetpub\wwwroot\pmwiki\pmwiki-0.6.16\pmwiki.php(882) :
>> regexp code on line 1
>> Fatal error: Failed evaluating code: $KPV[1??2] in
>> c:\inetpub\wwwroot\pmwiki\pmwiki-0.6.16\pmwiki.php on line 882
>>Don't know much about locales and did not mess with it. I do hope there is a
>>genuine bug somewhere and not some infamous oversight of mine. I'd like to
>>see anyone duplicating the non-error on W2K.
>>My system: W2K-NL+IIS+PHP4.3.5.
> I just tried it here... W2K, IIS (php installed as CGI), PHP 4.3.4
> I'm getting the same error. I added the following text to
> WIkiSandbox: "[=text=][=text=]" same exact error.
My laptop has Apache/1.3.23 (Win32) w/PHP 4.3.4 installed as CGI... I
tested and got the same error on that configuration as well...
My production server is running Apache/1.3.28 running as an apache
module.. on that setup I couldn't replicate the issue.
I wonder if the bug is in the CGI version of PHP or Win32 compiles.
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