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  • EastonRoyce: I think it’s a php4 incompatibility thing. I’ve re-checked the code and uploaded as 3.0.1. Have a look and let me know if you’re still having trouble, thanks.

    I am getting a similar error issue. I only started to get this error when I upgraded to 3.0. Anyone know how to fix it???

    Parse error: parse error, unexpected T_VARIABLE in /wp-content/plugins/adsense-manager/class-admin.php on line 313

    I am using 3.0.4.

    Thanks!
    Andrew

    boober: Can you try and download 3.0.5 (the versions are rattling past as I bugfix reports)? It may not solve the problem but it will make sure you’re looking at the same version as me.

    I’m going to go through the code again… I really need to get myself a php4 testing environment! 🙁

    Similar problem, I get the error:

    Parse error: parse error, unexpected T_VARIABLE in /home/content/n/u/f/[sitename removed]/html/wp-content/plugins/adsense-manager/class-admin.php on line 313

    Using version 3.0.5

    Update: I’ve dug out an php4 box and tested it. Sure enough I’d managed to hit about every single php4 vs. php5 compatibility bug going. It’s now hacked to pieces to make it work 🙂

    Tested and functional here… v3.0.7 🙂

    Thanks for the feedback.

    Works now, thanks.

    cryogenn: Thanks for letting me know, much appreciated. If you spot anything else out of the ordinary or have any ideas for updates let me know!

    Now it’s got through the upgrade period it’s time for features…

    I now got the plugin correctly working with 3.0.7!!! Thanks so much!!!

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