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[Plugin: WP phpBB Bridge] Fatal error functions_user.php (4 posts)

  1. colin.gardom
    Member
    Posted 2 years ago #

    phpBB Bridge version:2.0.5

    Installed, got it to log in/out on both forum and WP. Then went to add auto topic forums and user (just me). After this I got the following error. Even after uninstalling the plugin, then re-installing it continues to do it. (not installed any new plugins/updated any or any code)

    error:
    Fatal error: Cannot redeclare validate_username() (previously declared in /###/###/###/wp-includes/user.php:1201) in /###/###/###/forum/includes/functions_user.php on line 1597

    Refreshing the page ends error and brings up page.

    Great plugin but sadly can't use now. Any help appreciated.
    Colin

  2. colin.gardom
    Member
    Posted 2 years ago #

    Uninstalled plugin, reset all options and tried again. Error seems to have disappeared for now (your input still appreciated on it though).

    Now I get this error when updating a post and expecting it to send to forum: Fatal error: Class 'bitfield' not found in /#/#/#/forum/includes/message_parser.php on line 48

    Colin.

  3. colin.gardom
    Member
    Posted 2 years ago #

    Ok, now I see the problem with bitfield error. My wp posts are sending the whole damn code over to the forum including the shortcode, in this case my caption codes. Guess I could hack it (don't know how yet) but for now I can stop using caption in images. Any ideas???

  4. ThePhat32
    Member
    Posted 2 years ago #

    I am getting the same issue as you first were. I wasn't until now and its only happening for certain users. I don't want to re-install it again, its been a lot of playing with it to make it work this far. I am running 2.0.6 not 2.0.5

    As for the bitfield error you now how, I was able to solve that by edting:
    wp-content/plugins/wp-phpbb-bridge/inc/wpbb_functions.php

    Line 652:
    $uid = $bitfield = '';

    Right after that add this:
    $allow_bbcode = false;

    Not sure why blocking BBCode made it work but it did

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