I would be happy to try and do that. I am going to a fresh install, as i did'nt keep good track of what files i edited. Also I ended up with same problem as previous person. Decided to take a break and wait for a responce to my first question. I just went back to try and upload project and I recieved an error about submit. Thought was just a hickup so i tried again. Now links that i click on that were working before all say not found on server -- i.e The requested URL /cchost/submit was not found on this server. This may not have been caused by error though, i mighta got sloppy and saved something into .php file on accident somewwhere.

I know the person in archive got the exact same message so i copied and pasted it

ERROR(2) "/var/www/cchost/cchost_lib/cc-events.php"(222):
Parameter 2 to CCEditorials::OnGetSysTags() expected to be a
reference, value given [DATE & TIME][][/submit/samples] An error occurred
I don't really know php but i can usually look at most code and get a little idea of what is going on, anyone have a fix to this? First reported in Jan 2010

On Tue, Sep 21, 2010 at 9:56 AM, Asheesh Laroia <asheesh@asheesh.org> wrote:
On Tue, 21 Sep 2010, Geoff wrote:

> Hello,
> Before finding the archives of mailing list i searched for an answer to
> Function split() is deprecated, but could not find anything specific to
> cchost. I did however find elsewhere to use explode and then when i found
> the archive (or actually thought to use it) i found someone else post the
> use of explode as well.
> Anyways, I am now up to editing my third file in cchost   [
> cchost_lib/cc-util.php , cc-upload-forms.php  & ccextras/cc-file-props.php ]
> and am wondering if there is a list of files that needed to be edited rather
> then checking everywhere to see if  an error pops up.
> The post in archive mentions
> find . -type f | xargs perl -pi -e 's/ split\(/ explode\(/g';
> however i was not sure if that was correct solution as it does not even list
> the cchost directory anywhere to even search

Hi there! The "." in that command line refers to the current working
directory. So if you "cd" into the ccHost directory, then the "."
refers to the ccHost directory.

I think that the above would work fine. I think that if it seems to work
for you, you should submit a patch so that this modification becomes part
of the next version of ccHost.

-- Asheesh.

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