My IT Department updated our web servers over the weekend and now I get the following:
Fatal error: Cannot redeclare date_format() in /data/web/intranet/onramp/pub/dist01/cal/rooms/includes/functions/calendar_fns.php on line 448
With PHP 5.0 and later, there appears to be an intrinsic date_format() function that calendar_fns.php attempts to redefine. Can I comment out this function? Does anything use the function "date_format()" from lines 444 to 448 of calendar_fns_.php?
I'm using phpBookingCalendar_10d.zip (latest?, updated may 19 2008). There's no such function as date_format(). Instead, a function named rev_date_format()
list($year, $month, $day) = explode("-",$date);
return month_name($month) . ' ' . sprintf("%d",$day) . ', ' . $year;
Looks like it's not used anywhere, so maybe you can comment out date_format() in your version, too.
So far, commenting out lines 444 to 448 is a success! Next I'll have to update to phpBookingCalendar_10d.zip Out of curiosity, why is an unused function load with the includes?
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