#177 Fatal error: Cannot redeclare check_php_version

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nobody
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2007-03-31
2007-02-02
AshGWFund
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This is my first attempt at reporting a bug... sorry for any mistakes.

I keep getting the error below when I try and get the ldifimport and the compatibility plugin to run :( I dont really know much about programing to all help is appreciated.

Fatal error: Cannot redeclare check_php_version() (previously declared in /usr/local/www/squirrelmail/plugins/compatibility/includes/1.2.11/global.php:34) in /usr/local/www/squirrelmail/functions/global.php on line 35

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  • Lily

    Lily - 2007-03-06

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    I am also having this problem when trying to use change_password.

    Freebsd 6.2
    Apache 1.3
    PHP 4.4.4
    Squirrelmail 1.4.9a
    Compatibility plugin 2.0.6
    Change_password plugin 4.0-1.2.8

    Exact error:
    Fatal error: Cannot redeclare check_php_version() (previously declared in /usr/local/www/squirrelmail/plugins/compatibility/includes/1.2.11/global.php:34) in /usr/local/www/squirrelmail/functions/global.php on line 160

    Thanks for help!
    Lily

     
  • Paul Lesniewski

    Paul Lesniewski - 2007-03-31
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  • Paul Lesniewski

    Paul Lesniewski - 2007-03-31

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    Sorry for the late response here. You'll often get faster service (esp. from me) on the squirrelmail-plugins mailing list. This issue is due to certain version incompatibilities between various plugins and the Compatibility plugin. There is no bug per se. Please see:

    http://squirrelmail.org/wiki/CompatibilityDependencies

    If you need anything changed, the best approach is to encourage plugin authors to upgrade to Compatilibility 2.x (which typically means simply removing any references to the Compatibility plugin at all).

     

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