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  • 2 months passed… I’ve got similar error after installing:

    Plugin could not be activated because it triggered a fatal error.

    Parse error: syntax error, unexpected end of file in /var/www/playground.paspar2.com/httpdocs/content/plugins/mywebtonet-performancestats/mywebtonet-performancestats.php on line 673

    Plugin Author mywebtonet

    (@mywebtonet)


    Hi

    It might be because there is a newline missing on the last line. It should work without. If you delete the plugin and fetch it again, we have added a newline to line 673, if you get back to us we know if it works.

    Rgds

    I have the same error, but mine is in line 681 .
    Using latest version.

    Plugin Author mywebtonet

    (@mywebtonet)


    Hi

    We have tested this plugin on numerous machines and are getting positive feedback from a lot of users so it is a bit weird that some can’t get it to work.

    Can we ask you to remove the plugin and the install a fresh copy via the plugin manager, just did a minor change that might correct the error but need your feedback.

    Rgds

    Plugin Author mywebtonet

    (@mywebtonet)


    Hi

    We have tested this plugin on numerous machines and are getting positive feedback from a lot of users so it is a bit weird that some can’t get it to work.

    Can we ask you to remove the plugin and the install a fresh copy via the plugin manager, just did a minor change that might correct the error but need your feedback.

    Rgds

    Same error but now in line 680.
    My VPS server:
    nginx 1.4.x
    memcached
    maria-db
    PHP 5.5.9-1ubuntu4.3

    Plugin Author mywebtonet

    (@mywebtonet)


    Hi

    Thats very difficult to say, we know that it works with all versions of PHP, wonder if the 5.5.9 might have a bug in it. It is tested here with PHP 5.5.15 (and previous versions back to 5.5.11)

    It’s a very simple PHP script and should not give an error at all, reason why it moved up a number from line 681 to 680, is that we removed the ?> from the last line.

    If you can post the errormessage (the complete message) here, it might help us locate the problem.

    Rgds

    Plugin Author mywebtonet

    (@mywebtonet)


    Hi

    You can try to edit the PHP script in line 1, change

    <?php
    to
    <?

    and see if it helps.

    Rgds

    Changing the <?php to <? only give some html text and corrupted the site. After I disabled the plugin, all back to normal.

    The new error was:
    Este plugin gerou 37063 caracteres de saída inesperada durante a ativação. Se encontrar mensagens de “headers already sent” problemas com feeds ou outros, tente desativar ou remover o plugin.

    The original error was:

    Parse error: syntax error, unexpected end of file in XXXXXXXXX/wp-content/plugins/mywebtonet-performancestats/mywebtonet-performancestats.php on line 680

    Plugin Author mywebtonet

    (@mywebtonet)


    Hi

    Just did some minor changes to the code, if you try now (delete plugin and fetch from repository), it might work. If not, it must be some kind of incompatibilities between nginx and PHP, but give it a try!

    Rgds

    It’s working !
    And I already submitted a result, to test if its really working.

    Plugin Author mywebtonet

    (@mywebtonet)


    Hi

    It turns out that your webserver explicitly require

    <?php

    instead of just

    <?

    for enabling PHP in the code. It’s not very common anymore, we have changed the code now and updated the version to 1.1.6 so everybody else can benefit from it 🙂

    We appreciate your help 🙂

    Rgds

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