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[Plugin: Profilactic] Plugin could not be activated

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  • hmmm… is that all the error message said?

    That line is the beginning of the code that pareses the feed. The two parsing options are:
    1. via the SimplePie Core Plugin (simplepie.org)
    2. via the SimpleXML functions in PHP5

    Can you install/activiate the SimplePie Core plugin and then retry the Profilactic plugin?

    If that doesn’t work, I can put together a version of the script with debugging code so we can figure out what is triggering your error.

    Regards.

    I tried activated the SimplePie Core plugin and then tried to activate the Profilactic plug in and I ran into the same problem.

    Thanks guys. I am troubleshooting this with another user and will report back in a few days.

    I think I’ve found and fixed the code causing this crash. Please test and verify the latest release.

    Regards.

    colin.gardom
    Member

    @colingardom

    Not sure if this is same issue, downloaded latest edition of WP and this plugin. Installing it resulted in following error:

    Parse error: syntax error, unexpected ‘{‘ in /home/ultrarac/public_html/justbloggin/myblogg/wp-content/plugins/profilactic/profilactic.php on line 341

    Also installed and activated SimplePie Core plugin.

    Cheers, Colin.

    I also get the syntax error @ line 341 that colin.gardom reported.
    This is with SimplePie Core 1.1.1 and Profilactic 1.2, downloaded just a few hours ago.

    nealtaylor
    Member

    @nealtaylor

    I am also getting this error with the latest version of WP and Profilactic AND with Simplecore installed! Would love to use this and hope the developer can get this fixed!

    @colin.gardom, @hornlo, @nealtaylor,

    The cause of the original problem was resolved in 1.2 and verified by the user.

    However, if you can send me your contact info, I can send you a debug version of the plugin that can help pinpoint the cause. Either leave your email here or send me a message at prof@opindian.com.

    Regards,

    The issue has been found and fixed. Try v1.2.1

    Regards.

    jacobburke
    Member

    @jacobburke

    I have simplepie-core installed and have attempted to install version 1.2.1 of this plugin. I am still getting the following error:

    Parse error: syntax error, unexpected ‘{‘ in /homepages/8/d90465843/htdocs/wordpress/wp-content/plugins/profilactic/profilactic.php on line 337

    Please advise.

    Jacob

    Anna Johansson
    Member

    @vintagemaniac

    Sorry to say but I have the same problem as jacobburke. =(

    andrewacomb
    Member

    @andrewacomb

    I also have the same problem. Very frustrating.

    meianapplegatecom
    Member

    @meianapplegatecom

    Hi

    My activation error is:

    Plugin could not be activated because it triggered a fatal error.
    Parse error: parse error, unexpected ‘{‘ in /home/content/t/h/e/theloyalfew/html/newsite/wp-content/plugins/profilactic/profilactic.php on line 337

    This is the latest version, downloaded today. Any thoughts?

    Ian

    Hi ahpatel,

    I’m getting the same error. Full text:

    Parse error: parse error, unexpected ‘{‘ in /home/tommy/public_html/wp-content/plugins/profilactic/profilactic.php on line 337

    Taking a look at line 337 leads to a try statement. Try is something introduced in PHP 5 (I’m on PHP 4). I’m wondering if the others experiencing this are on PHP 4, too?

    Can’t wait for a fix.

    My apologies… in my haste to get this out before I left for Memorial Day, I accidentally published the wrong file.

    The update (v1.2.2) *should* really take care of this! Sorry for the inconvenience.

    Regards.

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