[pmwiki-users] Announcing UserAdmin: easy user self-registration &maintenance ... once it's properly tested

Dave Cooke david at ellendee.co.uk
Mon Jun 7 17:18:13 CDT 2010

david <at> ellendee.co.uk <david <at> ellendee.co.uk> writes:

> Original Message:
> -----------------
> From: Eemeli Aro eemeli <at> gmail.com
> Date: Mon, 7 Jun 2010 17:05:48 +0300
> To: david <at> ellendee.co.uk, pmwiki-users <at> pmichaud.com
> Subject: Re: [pmwiki-users] Announcing UserAdmin: easy user
> self-registration &maintenance ... once it's properly tested
> On 7 June 2010 15:18, david <at> ellendee.co.uk <david <at> ellendee.co.uk> 
> > Hi,
> > I had a look at the recipe and got the following error:
> > Parse error: parse error, unexpected T_CONST, expecting T_OLD_FUNCTION or
> > T_FUNCTION or T_VAR or '}' in F:\www\g\cookbook\useradmin-core.php on line
> > 129
> Bother. Is this on PHP4? I assumed class constants would work on PHP4,
> but I may have been mistaken. I'll change them to global constants and
> update shortly.
> I don't have access to any instance of PHP4, so can't test stuff with it.
> eemeli
> Thanks for your prompt reply, but I've just checked with 'MyHosting.com'
> and all accounts apparently have PHP version 5.2.9
> Dave C
 I posted a reply to above from work earlier, but it looks as though it got 
lost in our intranet (again).

I had a number of instances of PmWiki open, one of which was set up for off-
line updates using the pmwikiserv. this was where the recipe failed.

When I got home I set up a clean instance at http://classic-
sf.com/test/pmwiki.php and it seems to work well after I cleared up the 
permissions on the folders.


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