Support » Plugin: Inspector » Error on activation: No such file

  • Resolved mikeotgaar

    (@mikeotgaar)


    Installed on a testing site – Activating plugin resulted in list of errors:
    Warning: include(www.wptests1.dev\wp-content\plugins\inspector/inc/updater.php) [function.include]: failed to open stream: No such file or directory in http://www.wptests1.dev\wp-content\plugins\inspector\inc\backend.php on line 3
    Call Stack
    # Function Location
    1 {main}( ) ..\update-core.php:0
    2 require_once( ‘www.wptests1.dev\wp-admin\admin.php’ ) ..\update-core.php:10
    3 require_once( ‘www.wptests1.dev\wp-load.php’ ) ..\admin.php:30
    4 require_once( ‘www.wptests1.dev\wp-config.php’ ) ..\wp-load.php:29
    5 require_once( ‘www.wptests1.dev\wp-settings.php’ ) ..\wp-config.php:91
    6 include_once( ‘www.wptests1.dev\wp-content\plugins\inspector\inspector.php’ ) ..\wp-settings.php:195
    7 include_once( ‘www.wptests1.dev\wp-content\plugins\inspector\inc\backend.php’ ) ..\inspector.php:18

    Additional message:
    The plugin generated 5294 characters of unexpected output during activation. If you notice “headers already sent” messages, problems with syndication feeds or other issues, try deactivating or removing this plugin.

    Something strange going on – The plugin description on the main plugin download page differs to that on this (Support) page

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/inspector/

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  • Check your permissions.

    Makes sense – I’m running a Win desktop tpye Xamp test site at moment so it’s likely something unique to thate – will have another look when I get my local Apache server in use again…

    Switched Broken status to Works – and marked resolved

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