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phpdocumentor with PHP5.4

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Anybody have phpdocumentor running with PHP5.4? I'm convinced that the errors my copy is throwing are due to e_strict, but I've confirmed that I have the right ini file ( all the needed extensions load ) and I'm getting error_reporting showing 22527 with e_strict off and 24575 with e_strict on - so at least it is changing the setting?

Once again I'm wasting hours getting something which I have had running fine on the older servers to actually work in a new setup. In this case phpdocumentor seems to suggesting *IT* needs PHP5.3 but the main script also switched e_strict off anyway, so 5.4 should work as well?

posted Jul 7, 2013 by anonymous

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You can simply update phpdocumentor 2

answer Jul 7, 2013 by anonymous
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