Re: PHP-8.0 SM plugins (quicksave) (calander file backend)

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On Thu, April 14, 2022 3:52 pm, James B. Byrne via squirrelmail-users wrote:
> OS FreeBSD-13.0
> I am migrating SM from one host to another.  The new host runs php80.  The
> old
> runs php73.  I am using the FreeBSD port for SM on FreeBSD-13.0.
> There is a plugin that I installed many years ago called quicksave. I
> cannot
> find this in the prepackaged SM plugin ports.  The version I found on the
> SM
> website dates from 2010.
> The existing plugin gives this error when squirrelmail is opened:
> [Thu Apr 14 11:05:10.097504 2022] [php:error] [pid 92477] [client
>] PHP Fatal error:  Array and string offset access
> syntax
> with curly braces is no longer supported in
> /usr/local/www/squirrelmail/plugins/quicksave/login_functions.php on line
> 308,

You can contact me offlist for an updated version of that plugin or just
change the curly braces in most cases to square braces in your copy of the

> I also have run into this error which is unrelated to quicksave but which
> I
> could use some help with.  The calander file backend is a ported plugin
> but it
> seems not to work.
> [Thu Apr 14 11:25:22.943031 2022] [php:error] [pid 91870] [client
>] PHP Fatal error:  Uncaught Error: Non-static method
> Calendar::getCalendarFromICal() cannot be called statically in
> /usr/local/www/squirrelmail/plugins/calendar_file_backend/calendar_functions.php:483\n

This is likely a bug in the Shared Calendar plugin
(calendar/classes/calendar.php) in the getCalendarFromICal function
(likely the use of $this-> or similar) but I don't have a copy of that
older code handy at the moment.

Paul Lesniewski
SquirrelMail Team
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