• There is error_reporting(0) in plguin class-aftership-api.php:36
    It seems like a very terrible to suppress all php errors, developers had hard time in debaging process.
    I think at least you mast have a filter for it something like this one

    $php_error_reporting = apply_filters( ‘aftership_error_reporting’, 32767 );
    error_reporting($php_error_reporting);

    But it seems to me that much better idea is comletely remove it from code.

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