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Private Messages no longer works after moving ISP

Post by akslee »

I get this message when I click the Private Messages link.

Parse error: parse error, unexpected $ in /home/wwwlee8/public_html/forum/includes/template.php(127) : eval()'d code on line 159

The template.php is identical to the one in my old ISP which was working fine.

This is what mine looks like :
<?php
/***************************************************************************
* template.php
* -------------------
* begin : Saturday, Feb 13, 2001
* copyright : (C) 2001 The phpBB Group
* email : support@phpbb.com
*
* $Id: template.php,v 1.10.2.3 2002/12/21 19:09:57 psotfx Exp $
*
*
***************************************************************************/

/***************************************************************************
*
* This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
* it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
* the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or
* (at your option) any later version.
*
***************************************************************************/

/**
* Template class. By Nathan Codding of the phpBB group.
* The interface was originally inspired by PHPLib templates,
* and the template file formats are quite similar.
*
*/

class Template {
var $classname = "Template";

// variable that holds all the data we'll be substituting into
// the compiled templates.
// ...
// This will end up being a multi-dimensional array like this:
// $this->_tpldata[block.][iteration#][child.][iteration#][child2.][iteration#][variablename] == value
// if it's a root-level variable, it'll be like this:
// $this->_tpldata[.][0][varname] == value
var $_tpldata = array();

// Hash of filenames for each template handle.
var $files = array();

// Root template directory.
var $root = "";

// this will hash handle names to the compiled code for that handle.
var $compiled_code = array();

// This will hold the uncompiled code for that handle.
var $uncompiled_code = array();

/**
* Constructor. Simply sets the root dir.
*
*/
function Template($root = ".")
{
$this->set_rootdir($root);
}

/**
* Destroys this template object. Should be called when you're done with it, in order
* to clear out the template data so you can load/parse a new template set.
*/
function destroy()
{
$this->_tpldata = array();
}

/**
* Sets the template root directory for this Template object.
*/
function set_rootdir($dir)
{
if (!is_dir($dir))
{
return false;
}

$this->root = $dir;
return true;
}

/**
* Sets the template filenames for handles. $filename_array
* should be a hash of handle => filename pairs.
*/
function set_filenames($filename_array)
{
if (!is_array($filename_array))
{
return false;
}

reset($filename_array);
while(list($handle, $filename) = each($filename_array))
{
$this->files[$handle] = $this->make_filename($filename);
}

return true;
}


/**
* Load the file for the handle, compile the file,
* and run the compiled code. This will print out
* the results of executing the template.
*/
function pparse($handle)
{
if (!$this->loadfile($handle))
{
die("Template->pparse(): Couldn't load template file for handle $handle");
}

// actually compile the template now.
if (!isset($this->compiled_code[$handle]) || empty($this->compiled_code[$handle]))
{
// Actually compile the code now.
$this->compiled_code[$handle] = $this->compile($this->uncompiled_code[$handle]);
}

// Run the compiled code.
eval($this->compiled_code[$handle]);
return true;
}

/**
* Inserts the uncompiled code for $handle as the
* value of $varname in the root-level. This can be used
* to effectively include a template in the middle of another
* template.
* Note that all desired assignments to the variables in $handle should be done
* BEFORE calling this function.
*/
function assign_var_from_handle($varname, $handle)
{
if (!$this->loadfile($handle))
{
die("Template->assign_var_from_handle(): Couldn't load template file for handle $handle");
}

// Compile it, with the "no echo statements" option on.
$_str = "";
$code = $this->compile($this->uncompiled_code[$handle], true, '_str');

// evaluate the variable assignment.
eval($code);
// assign the value of the generated variable to the given varname.
$this->assign_var($varname, $_str);

return true;
}

/**
* Block-level variable assignment. Adds a new block iteration with the given
* variable assignments. Note that this should only be called once per block
* iteration.
*/
function assign_block_vars($blockname, $vararray)
{
if (strstr($blockname, '.'))
{
// Nested block.
$blocks = explode('.', $blockname);
$blockcount = sizeof($blocks) - 1;
$str = '$this->_tpldata';
for ($i = 0; $i < $blockcount; $i++)
{
$str .= '[\'' . $blocks[$i] . '.\']';
eval('$lastiteration = sizeof(' . $str . ') - 1;');
$str .= '[' . $lastiteration . ']';
}
// Now we add the block that we're actually assigning to.
// We're adding a new iteration to this block with the given
// variable assignments.
$str .= '[\'' . $blocks[$blockcount] . '.\'][] = $vararray;';

// Now we evaluate this assignment we've built up.
eval($str);
}
else
{
// Top-level block.
// Add a new iteration to this block with the variable assignments
// we were given.
$this->_tpldata[$blockname . '.'][] = $vararray;
}

return true;
}

/**
* Root-level variable assignment. Adds to current assignments, overriding
* any existing variable assignment with the same name.
*/
function assign_vars($vararray)
{
reset ($vararray);
while (list($key, $val) = each($vararray))
{
$this->_tpldata['.'][0][$key] = $val;
}

return true;
}

/**
* Root-level variable assignment. Adds to current assignments, overriding
* any existing variable assignment with the same name.
*/
function assign_var($varname, $varval)
{
$this->_tpldata['.'][0][$varname] = $varval;

return true;
}


/**
* Generates a full path+filename for the given filename, which can either
* be an absolute name, or a name relative to the rootdir for this Template
* object.
*/
function make_filename($filename)
{
// Check if it's an absolute or relative path.
if (substr($filename, 0, 1) != '/')
{
$filename = phpbb_realpath($this->root . '/' . $filename);
}

if (!file_exists($filename))
{
die("Template->make_filename(): Error - file $filename does not exist");
}

return $filename;
}


/**
* If not already done, load the file for the given handle and populate
* the uncompiled_code[] hash with its code. Do not compile.
*/
function loadfile($handle)
{
// If the file for this handle is already loaded and compiled, do nothing.
if (isset($this->uncompiled_code[$handle]) && !empty($this->uncompiled_code[$handle]))
{
return true;
}

// If we don't have a file assigned to this handle, die.
if (!isset($this->files[$handle]))
{
die("Template->loadfile(): No file specified for handle $handle");
}

$filename = $this->files[$handle];

$str = implode("", @file($filename));
if (empty($str))
{
die("Template->loadfile(): File $filename for handle $handle is empty");
}

$this->uncompiled_code[$handle] = $str;

return true;
}



/**
* Compiles the given string of code, and returns
* the result in a string.
* If "do_not_echo" is true, the returned code will not be directly
* executable, but can be used as part of a variable assignment
* for use in assign_code_from_handle().
*/
function compile($code, $do_not_echo = false, $retvar = '')
{
// replace \ with \\ and then ' with \'.
$code = str_replace('\\', '\\\\', $code);
$code = str_replace('\'', '\\\'', $code);

// change template varrefs into PHP varrefs

// This one will handle varrefs WITH namespaces
$varrefs = array();
preg_match_all('#\{(([a-z0-9\-_]+?\.)+?)([a-z0-9\-_]+?)\}#is', $code, $varrefs);
$varcount = sizeof($varrefs[1]);
for ($i = 0; $i < $varcount; $i++)
{
$namespace = $varrefs[1][$i];
$varname = $varrefs[3][$i];
$new = $this->generate_block_varref($namespace, $varname);

$code = str_replace($varrefs[0][$i], $new, $code);
}

// This will handle the remaining root-level varrefs
$code = preg_replace('#\{([a-z0-9\-_]*?)\}#is', '\' . ( ( isset($this->_tpldata[\'.\'][0][\'\1\']) ) ? $this->_tpldata[\'.\'][0][\'\1\'] : \'\' ) . \'', $code);

// Break it up into lines.
$code_lines = explode("\n", $code);

$block_nesting_level = 0;
$block_names = array();
$block_names[0] = ".";

// Second: prepend echo ', append ' . "\n"; to each line.
$line_count = sizeof($code_lines);
for ($i = 0; $i < $line_count; $i++)
{
$code_lines[$i] = chop($code_lines[$i]);
if (preg_match('#<!-- BEGIN (.*?) -->#', $code_lines[$i], $m))
{
$n[0] = $m[0];
$n[1] = $m[1];

// Added: dougk_ff7-Keeps templates from bombing if begin is on the same line as end.. I think. :)
if ( preg_match('#<!-- END (.*?) -->#', $code_lines[$i], $n) )
{
$block_nesting_level++;
$block_names[$block_nesting_level] = $m[1];
if ($block_nesting_level < 2)
{
// Block is not nested.
$code_lines[$i] = '$_' . $n[1] . '_count = ( isset($this->_tpldata[\'' . $n[1] . '.\']) ) ? sizeof($this->_tpldata[\'' . $n[1] . '.\']) : 0;';
$code_lines[$i] .= "\n" . 'for ($_' . $n[1] . '_i = 0; $_' . $n[1] . '_i < $_' . $n[1] . '_count; $_' . $n[1] . '_i++)';
$code_lines[$i] .= "\n" . '{';
}
else
{
// This block is nested.

// Generate a namespace string for this block.
$namespace = implode('.', $block_names);
// strip leading period from root level..
$namespace = substr($namespace, 2);
// Get a reference to the data array for this block that depends on the
// current indices of all parent blocks.
$varref = $this->generate_block_data_ref($namespace, false);
// Create the for loop code to iterate over this block.
$code_lines[$i] = '$_' . $n[1] . '_count = ( isset(' . $varref . ') ) ? sizeof(' . $varref . ') : 0;';
$code_lines[$i] .= "\n" . 'for ($_' . $n[1] . '_i = 0; $_' . $n[1] . '_i < $_' . $n[1] . '_count; $_' . $n[1] . '_i++)';
$code_lines[$i] .= "\n" . '{';
}

// We have the end of a block.
unset($block_names[$block_nesting_level]);
$block_nesting_level--;
$code_lines[$i] .= '} // END ' . $n[1];
$m[0] = $n[0];
$m[1] = $n[1];
}
else
{
// We have the start of a block.
$block_nesting_level++;
$block_names[$block_nesting_level] = $m[1];
if ($block_nesting_level < 2)
{
// Block is not nested.
$code_lines[$i] = '$_' . $m[1] . '_count = ( isset($this->_tpldata[\'' . $m[1] . '.\']) ) ? sizeof($this->_tpldata[\'' . $m[1] . '.\']) : 0;';
$code_lines[$i] .= "\n" . 'for ($_' . $m[1] . '_i = 0; $_' . $m[1] . '_i < $_' . $m[1] . '_count; $_' . $m[1] . '_i++)';
$code_lines[$i] .= "\n" . '{';
}
else
{
// This block is nested.

// Generate a namespace string for this block.
$namespace = implode('.', $block_names);
// strip leading period from root level..
$namespace = substr($namespace, 2);
// Get a reference to the data array for this block that depends on the
// current indices of all parent blocks.
$varref = $this->generate_block_data_ref($namespace, false);
// Create the for loop code to iterate over this block.
$code_lines[$i] = '$_' . $m[1] . '_count = ( isset(' . $varref . ') ) ? sizeof(' . $varref . ') : 0;';
$code_lines[$i] .= "\n" . 'for ($_' . $m[1] . '_i = 0; $_' . $m[1] . '_i < $_' . $m[1] . '_count; $_' . $m[1] . '_i++)';
$code_lines[$i] .= "\n" . '{';
}
}
}
else if (preg_match('#<!-- END (.*?) -->#', $code_lines[$i], $m))
{
// We have the end of a block.
unset($block_names[$block_nesting_level]);
$block_nesting_level--;
$code_lines[$i] = '} // END ' . $m[1];
}
else
{
// We have an ordinary line of code.
if (!$do_not_echo)
{
$code_lines[$i] = 'echo \'' . $code_lines[$i] . '\' . "\\n";';
}
else
{
$code_lines[$i] = '$' . $retvar . '.= \'' . $code_lines[$i] . '\' . "\\n";';
}
}
}

// Bring it back into a single string of lines of code.
$code = implode("\n", $code_lines);
return $code ;

}


/**
* Generates a reference to the given variable inside the given (possibly nested)
* block namespace. This is a string of the form:
* ' . $this->_tpldata['parent'][$_parent_i]['$child1'][$_child1_i]['$child2'][$_child2_i]...['varname'] . '
* It's ready to be inserted into an "echo" line in one of the templates.
* NOTE: expects a trailing "." on the namespace.
*/
function generate_block_varref($namespace, $varname)
{
// Strip the trailing period.
$namespace = substr($namespace, 0, strlen($namespace) - 1);

// Get a reference to the data block for this namespace.
$varref = $this->generate_block_data_ref($namespace, true);
// Prepend the necessary code to stick this in an echo line.

// Append the variable reference.
$varref .= '[\'' . $varname . '\']';

$varref = '\' . ( ( isset(' . $varref . ') ) ? ' . $varref . ' : \'\' ) . \'';

return $varref;

}


/**
* Generates a reference to the array of data values for the given
* (possibly nested) block namespace. This is a string of the form:
* $this->_tpldata['parent'][$_parent_i]['$child1'][$_child1_i]['$child2'][$_child2_i]...['$childN']
*
* If $include_last_iterator is true, then [$_childN_i] will be appended to the form shown above.
* NOTE: does not expect a trailing "." on the blockname.
*/
function generate_block_data_ref($blockname, $include_last_iterator)
{
// Get an array of the blocks involved.
$blocks = explode(".", $blockname);
$blockcount = sizeof($blocks) - 1;
$varref = '$this->_tpldata';
// Build up the string with everything but the last child.
for ($i = 0; $i < $blockcount; $i++)
{
$varref .= '[\'' . $blocks[$i] . '.\'][$_' . $blocks[$i] . '_i]';
}
// Add the block reference for the last child.
$varref .= '[\'' . $blocks[$blockcount] . '.\']';
// Add the iterator for the last child if requried.
if ($include_last_iterator)
{
$varref .= '[$_' . $blocks[$blockcount] . '_i]';
}

return $varref;
}

}

?>
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akslee
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Post by akslee »

The difference between these ISP is that
the old one is using 4.0.6 php, sql 3.22 and the new one is using 4.3.9, sql4
"If you have a great time teaching your child, and your child has a great time, there simply isn't anyway you can lose."

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