Support » Plugin: BadgeOS » Incompatibility with PHP 7

  • What is the general status of BadgeOS compatibility with PHP 7?

    Testing compatibility with PHP 7, I found the following issue in /wp-content/plugins/badgeos/includes/p2p/mustache/Mustache.php

    701 | ERROR | ‘clone’ is a reserved keyword introduced in PHP version 5.0 and cannot be invoked as a function (T_CLONE)

    What is the current roadmap for full PHP 7 support?

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  • Thread Starter AngryGerman

    (@angrygerman)

    PS: A second error is as follows:

    /wp-content/plugins/badgeos/includes/cmb/init.php
    208 | ERROR | Function name, class name, namespace name or constant name can not be reserved keyword ‘__dir__’ (since version 5.3)

    Thread Starter AngryGerman

    (@angrygerman)

    Hi there – has there been any progress on this?

    Plugin Author learningtimes

    (@learningtimes)

    Hi AngryGerman,

    Apologies for the delay in following up. We will be resolving this issue in the next minor update of BadgeOS. I will inform you once this has been released.

    APWP

    (@pfundmoney)

    Any updates on a new version that will be php7 compatible?

    I am also looking for information on BadgeOS PHP 7 compatibility.

    Please see the following Errors.

    FOUND 1 ERROR AFFECTING 1 LINE
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    208 | ERROR | Function name, class name, namespace name or constant name can not be reserved keyword ‘__dir__’ (since PHP version 5.3)
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    FOUND 1 ERROR AFFECTING 1 LINE
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    701 | ERROR | ‘clone’ is a reserved keyword introduced in PHP version 5.0 and cannot be invoked as a function (T_CLONE)
    ————————————————————————————————————————-

    Do you have an update on this?

    Thanks,
    Miike

    @learningtimes Will BadgeOS work with PHP 7? I’m getting pressured into upgrading, but won’t if it’s not yet ready. Thanks for all your awesome work!

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