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[PlugIn: Bookings]

  • I have just installed the current version of Bookings. On clicking the ‘bookings’ lnk in the admin panel, i get the following message:

    Warning: require(__DIR__/includes/cpedit.inc.php) [function.require]: failed to open stream: No such file or directory in /web1/user270/website/Newsite/wp-content/plugins/bookings/controlpanel.php on line 100

    Fatal error: require() [function.require]: Failed opening required ‘__DIR__/includes/cpedit.inc.php’ (include_path=’.:’) in /web1/user270/website/Newsite/wp-content/plugins/bookings/controlpanel.php on line 100

    I wonder if anyone else gets this and if so, has a fix? (The file referred to, cpedit.inc.php, does exist in the includes folder) Grateful for any assistance!

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  • Sorry for the late reply. This is now fixed in version 0.9.3. Please upgrade and let us know if it worked for you.

    The problem is that __DIR__ is only available as of php 5.3. Unfortunately still many hosting providers offering only php 5.2 out there… Anyway we make sure our plugins are compatible with php 5.x now.

    Thanks for your prompt help.

    Yes, it’s kind of fixed it, except that now, when I go into any of the sub-menu items (e.g. Schedules) it says:

    [Code moderated as per the Forum Rules. Please use the pastebin]

    I’ve turned off my anti-virus, tried with different browsers, but didn’t help. Any ideas, please?

    Sorry can’t see the code as it’s been moderated. Can you try again or contact us at http://zingiri.net

    Sorry about that – it’s in the pastebin now: http://pastebin.com/eC2UPSrM

    zingiri

    @zingiri

    Sorry for the late follow up, I suspect this issue has been resolved since the last time, if not please let us know.

    michael walker

    @michael-walker

    I’m afraid it’s not fixed – or not for me, at least. I’m running the most recent release. I’m wondering if maybe it’s some sort of block my host has instigated – although they say not…

    zingiri

    @zingiri

    This is bizarre indeed, could you open a ticket at http://www.zingiri.net/portal? Please reference our discussion here.

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