[wp-testers] Ticket #12367 (closed defect (bug): wontfix)
justin.adie at adieandco.com
Sun May 9 07:22:11 UTC 2010
the reporting on deprecated language is dependent on how you configure your error reporting and error display settings in php.ini (or runtime). a well configured production platform will not expose these errors to users.
On May 9, 2010, at 9:07 AM, John Asbacher wrote:
> I am not much of a programmer and don't understand all the inner workings of programming logic.
> This is the closed Ticket.
> I installed XAMPP 1.73 (which I guess is PHP 5.3 on a local host and also am trying out WP3.02
> If you go to the admin panel you get over 100 "errors" showing up in two of the Dashboard Windows.
> The fix is to replace "& new" with "new" in the file
> \wp-includes\class-simplepie.php (116 times)
> The Trac ticket is closed because it needs to stay PHP4 compatible.
> What I am wondering is with many add-ons needing PHP5 minimum aren't a whole lot more people going to run into this rather irritating error on their first visit to the Dashboard?
> There must be a way to scope out which version of PHP is being used?
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