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Broken blogs plugin (rev 597)

  • PHP Parse error: syntax error, unexpected T_SL in /home/sites/ on line 594

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  • Burt Adsit


    I just used SVN update this morning to r597 and I don’t get a syntax error. Great and wonderful google tells me:

    “Parse Error: parse error, unexpected T_SL” What does that mean?

    T_SL is the /T/oken for the /S/hift /L/eft operator (<<).

    so “unexpected T_SL” means there is an occurence of << that is

    syntactically incorrect. this commonly happens when you use heredoc

    syntax (“<<<“) and have whitespace before or after the closing

    identifier, or after the opening identifier. See

    ring.syntax.heredoc for details.

    It is also common when a source code management system (CVS or

    Subversion) cannot resolve a merge and has to place <<<<<<<< markers in

    the code.

    Since I doubt it had anything to do with the 1st paragraph, more than likely it has to do with the 2nd paragraph. Look at the code and see what you see there.

    Yeah… only just looked into it myself…

    i see a

    <<<<<<< .mine

    above the function and

    ?>>>>>>>> .r597


    Im not with it today… heavy night last night…

    so yeah… subversion merge… :))

    Burt Adsit


    And I thought I was the only one to name files ‘dontsteponthisfileits.mine’

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