[pmwiki-users] preg_replace

Krait, Philippe Philippe.Krait at thalesgroup.com.au
Wed Dec 3 15:04:44 CST 2014

Hi all,

This is just to be sure that I understand correctly as the intricacies of PmWiki are beyond me. Although I don't see anything on screen after disabling the visible warnings, my apache log is still getting saturated with:

[Sun Nov 30 07:08:34.262716 2014] [:error] [pid 17719] [client] PHP Deprecated:  preg_replace(): The /e modifier is deprecated, use preg_replace_callback instead in /home/philippe/....../pmwiki.php on line 1664

This comes from the pmwiki.php script, here:

       if ($p{0} == '/') {

         if(is_callable($r)) $x = preg_replace_callback($p,$r,$x);

         else $x=preg_replace($p,$r,$x);


Are the warnings really caused by recipes, as this is core pmwiki code ? I am using tons of recipes, and it would really be a pain to go through all of them to find the one(s) doing this if that is the case. Or is it still a bug in the pmwiki core itself ?


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