I’m the author of the plugin WP-Table Reloaded.
I just released a new version. A few users now told me that they could not activate the plugin anymore because they get the following error message:
Plugin could not be activated because it triggered a fatal error.
Parse error: syntax error, unexpected ‘;’, expecting T_FUNCTION in */wp-table-reloaded/wp-table-reloaded-admin.php on line 1609
The weird thing is: I do not get this message on any of my systems and (so far) it’s only 3 people reporting the issue (there might be more though that just didn’t report it).
They all run PHP5 on different operating systems.
But I also tested it with different version of PHP5 and can not reproduce the error. There are no double semicolons and I could not find any missing braces or brackets.
Can you guys help me? It would be awesome if you could download the latest developer build from
and could try to find this syntax error. Maybe your editors show it with their syntax higlighting.
I have absolutely no clue where it might be as I am not even getting the error message.
Any hints are appreciated!
Thanks a lot!
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