Support » Plugin: WordPress Wiki » [Plugin: WordPress Wiki] fatal error

  • Resolved maoflager

    (@maoflager)


    Parse error: syntax error, unexpected T_SL in /home/oixixi/public_html/wp-content/plugins/wordpress-wiki/controllers/wiki_pages.php on line 31

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  • Plugin Author Matthew Gerring

    (@beatpanda)

    What are you doing when you get this error and what version of the plugin are you using?

    altecL

    (@altecl)

    I’m getting the exact same error:
    Parse error: syntax error, unexpected T_SL in /home/[user]/[domain]/wptest/wp-content/plugins/beatpanda-WordPress-Wiki-8a785f7/wordpress-wiki.php on line 22

    In this specific example it’s happening with RC3 (1.0.1) and a fresh install of WP 3.0.5 with no other plugins enabled. Also happens with 1.0 from the wordpress.org repo, also with no other plugins installed. Kind of a stonewall.

    Ionel Roiban

    (@wpdeveloper)

    Parse error: syntax error, unexpected T_SL in /[wp-directory]/wp-content/plugins/beatpanda-WordPress-Wiki-8a785f7/controllers/wiki_pages.php on line 31

    Plugin Author Matthew Gerring

    (@beatpanda)

    Hi all. I’m looking into this. Supposedly the “unexpected T_SL” error is related to unexpected whitespace. I can’t seem to reproduce the error and I don’t see any extra whitespace on the lines. Try the version of WordPress Wiki that was just committed today and see if that solves the problem.

    altecL

    (@altecl)

    Good news, the one that committed installed and activated fine for me! Looking forward to playing with it now.

    Thanks!

    maoflager

    (@maoflager)

    activated fine for me!

    Plugin Author Matthew Gerring

    (@beatpanda)

    Awesome! Glad to hear it. Check with wp-wiki.org if you have any more questions.

    it Works fine for me..There is no problem in 1.0.1

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