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  • #114011

    Sasha-Shae
    Participant

    Just downloaded the Alpha release to test on my testing site, and when I clicked to activate the installed plugin it gave me this:

    Plugin could not be activated because it triggered a fatal error.
    
    Parse error: syntax error, unexpected '[' in /home/fresyfis/public_html/htbeta/wp-content/plugins/bb-plugin/extensions/fl-builder-template-data-exporter/classes/class-fl-builder-template-data-exporter.php on line 246

    Not sure what’s causing the error itself.

    #114038

    Jeffery
    Participant

    Ditto

    #114153

    Justin Busa
    Keymaster

    Thanks for testing and the report! I believe I know what the issue is, but for future reference, is it possible to tell me what server OS and PHP version you are on?

    I’ll get this fixed and into the next alpha release.

    Thanks!
    Justin

    #114171

    Justin Busa
    Keymaster

    I just pushed out 1.8-alpha.4 that should fix this issue. Give that a shot and let me know if it persists.

    Justin

    #114172

    Sasha-Shae
    Participant

    It says I am using PHP 5.3 via my host and OS for the server is: Cloud Linux

    #114175

    Justin Busa
    Keymaster

    Thanks, Sasha-Shae!

    #114176

    Sasha-Shae
    Participant

    Oh, just tried the newly released 1.8-alpha.4 and now I get this when I click activate:

    Parse error: syntax error, unexpected '[' in /home/fresyfis/public_html/htbeta/wp-content/plugins/bb-plugin/includes/updater/classes/class-fl-updater.php on line 115
    

    Also, my host for that particular domain I’m testing it on said my site is using PHP 5.3 and the OS is Cloud Linux

    #114178

    Justin Busa
    Keymaster

    Ah, shoot. Ok, it looks like we have that error in more than one spot. I’ll do a search and see if it’s anywhere else and push out an update. Thanks for testing.

    #114180

    Jeffery
    Participant

    Sorry I couldn’t chime in sooner. Justin, I removed the [0] from both of those errors that Sasha mentioned and was then able to activate the plugin on my fresh multisite install (php 5.3xsomething, sorry can’t remember).

    I would continue to get a few errors with the front end customizer class or module here and there but I was usually able to continue editing and save changes. Sorry I didn’t document the exact errors. Whenever I refreshed or pressed save they would just go away. I’m a terrible alpha tester I just realized 🙂

    #114185

    Justin Busa
    Keymaster

    Thanks, Jeffery! I just switched to 5.3 on my dev install and am fixing this now. I appreciate the help!

    #114190

    Justin Busa
    Keymaster

    Hi Sasha-Shae and Jeffery,

    I just updated the 1.8-alpha.4 zip with the fix for this as well. I believe that should do it.

    Thanks again for your help!

    Justin

    #114196

    Sasha-Shae
    Participant

    Awesome!! The latest fix worked 🙂 yay!

    #114197

    Justin Busa
    Keymaster

    Great to hear! Let us know if anything else comes up and enjoy!

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