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Scope Resolution Operator (::)

  • I’ve found a minor bug:
    PHP Fatal error: Uncaught exception ‘ReflectionException’ with message ‘Function class_name::function_name() does not exist’ in wp-content/plugins/shortcode-reference/lib/ShortcodeReference.php:63

    here’s the fix:
    shortcode-reference\lib\ShortcodeReference.php
    add to line 61:
    if ( (is_string($this->_function_name)) && (strpos($this->_function_name, ‘::’)!==false) ) $this->_function_name = explode(‘::’, $this->_function_name);

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/shortcode-reference/

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  • This has also been reported as an issue with the Media Library Assistant plugin:

    Small issue

    Is there a plan/schedule to update Shrtcode Reference with a fix?

    I did a bit more testing after applying the fix suggested by fmiyata (above). Things improved, but I get these notices in the “Reference” textarea at the bottom of the metabox when run with “define(‘WP_DEBUG’, true);” in the wp-config.php file (I always run my test system this way). The notices are:

    Notice: Undefined property: ShortcodeReference::$_url in C: ... \wp-content\plugins\shortcode-reference\lib\ShortcodeReference.php on line 183

    Notice: Undefined variable: final_line in C: ... \wp-content\plugins\shortcode-reference\lib\ShortcodeReference.php on line 89

    It doesn’t matter which shortcode I click on; these notices always appear.

    Below the notices is a link that says “PHP native” (all of the shortcodes say this) which goes to the http://www.php.net site. This seems inappropriate. Following that is the phpDocs information (which I put in all of my source code). There some minor formatting issues here, e.g., the return value for the “mla_attachment_list” shortcode is garbled.

    The Shortcode reference idea is great, the presentation is good and I like the use of the phpDocs information. If there’s anything I can do to help get this plugin working smoothly, let me know.

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