I had many of the "Deprecated: Function…" errors on most of the refbase pages. As I saw it is due to the php version I use. A fast workaround is to set the error_reporting in the ./includes/include.inc.php (since it is included from all the other scripts):
//FIXME : stop deprecated error messages on ALL scripts
error_reporting (E_ALL & ~E_DEPRECATED & ~E_USER_DEPRECATED);
PS: I haven't searched your forums for any other fix, so if I double post … delete the topic :-)
thanks for the report and the workaround.
Some functions used in the refbase code were deprecated in PHP 5.3.0. These pertains mostly to the 'ereg*()' functions and the 'split()' function. I have replaced these functions in my local development version with their 'preg*()' counterparts and I just need to find time to checkin all of the changes.
Thanks for your patience,
As already reported in another forum thread, I've (finally!) updated the bleeding-edge branch of the refbase Subversion repository at Sourceforge. This newest revision (#1337) should work with PHP5 w/o emitting E_DEPRECATED errors. This may need more testing, but most (if not all) of the issues should be fixed now. Let me know if this isn't the case for you.
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