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Post Regarding PHP5
I noticed pretty quick due to PHP warnings that you are still using split(), eregi() and the other deprecated PHP functions that use regular expressions in qs_functions.php. It might be a good idea to go through and update all those before the final release since PHP6 is on the horizon and may do away with them altogether.

Also, in the qs_functions.php there is a line (471) that triggers a "Call-time pass-by-reference has been deprecated" warning.

The line is

while($temp = odbc_fetch_into($res,&$idata)){

Changing the &$idata to $idata without the & should take care of that without any consequences that I can think of, although I am not really a PHP expert.


Fri Oct 30, 2009 11:08 am

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Post Re: Regarding PHP5
I also found this but yes it will need to be taken in to account but what it is the errors are for PHP 5.3+ and it is still not stable so should not be used in live use only testting so at this time it is not a must as you should still be using PHP 5.2+ as most good host's will still be using 5.2+ and will only upgraded to 5.3+ when it goes stable and that is not yet.

And as for PHP 6 that will not be stable for at lest 1 year from now I would be looking in to using CSS 3 more then thinking about PHP 6.

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