Shitload oferrors.

Discussion in 'Suggestions & Questions' started by SpaceR, Mar 15, 2012.

  1. Code:
    Warning [2] extract() [function.extract]: First argument should be an array - Line: 719 - File: inc/plugins/status_update.php PHP 5.2.17 (Linux)
    File	Line	Function
    [PHP]	errorHandler->error
    /inc/plugins/status_update.php	719	extract
    /inc/class_plugins.php	101	status_update_index
    /index.php	25	pluginSystem->run_hooks
    Warning [2] extract() [function.extract]: First argument should be an array - Line: 719 - File: inc/plugins/status_update.php PHP 5.2.17 (Linux)
    File	Line	Function
    [PHP]	errorHandler->error
    /inc/plugins/status_update.php	719	extract
    /inc/class_plugins.php	101	status_update_index
    /index.php	25	pluginSystem->run_hooks
    Warning [2] extract() [function.extract]: First argument should be an array - Line: 719 - File: inc/plugins/status_update.php PHP 5.2.17 (Linux)
    File	Line	Function
    [PHP]	errorHandler->error
    /inc/plugins/status_update.php	719	extract
    /inc/class_plugins.php	101	status_update_index
    /index.php	25	pluginSystem->run_hooks
    Warning [2] extract() [function.extract]: First argument should be an array - Line: 719 - File: inc/plugins/status_update.php PHP 5.2.17 (Linux)
    File	Line	Function
    [PHP]	errorHandler->error
    /inc/plugins/status_update.php	719	extract
    /inc/class_plugins.php	101	status_update_index
    /index.php	25	pluginSystem->run_hooks
    Warning [2] extract() [function.extract]: First argument should be an array - Line: 719 - File: inc/plugins/status_update.php PHP 5.2.17 (Linux)
    File	Line	Function
    [PHP]	errorHandler->error
    /inc/plugins/status_update.php	719	extract
    /inc/class_plugins.php	101	status_update_index
    /index.php	25	pluginSystem->run_hooks
    Might wanna hop on that.
     
  2. You might want to link the page that gives the errors -- massive help.

    I'm seeing no errors.

    Edit: It was fixed ages ago apparently, give errors about 5 minutes before reporting them. With the amount of work behind the scenes, there's going to be errors constantly. They get fixed in seconds.
     
  3. If the error is gone after you refresh the page, don't report it.

    Because I have to make edits on a live server, as opposed to using a development server, temporary errors are common place.
     
  4. Ah, I refreshed a few times and they weren't gone. It was on the index.

    /close thread.
     
  5. Remember to hard refresh (F5).
     
  6. Hard refresh wouldn't affect PHP errors.

    Fixed.