LMO Problem seit dem 11.03.2019 wegen PHP?

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LMO Problem seit dem 11.03.2019 wegen PHP?

Beitrag von Babbelnasen »

Hallo Henshingly und alle Mitlesenden!
Auch ich bin ein LMO-Nutzer seit weit über 10 Jahren und habe seit dem 11.03.2019 Probleme mit LMO. Ich habe LMO in den letzten Jahren viel modifiziert und meiner bereits veralteten Homepage angepasst. Durch Zufall bin ich auf diese Seite gestossen und freue mich sehr, dass es Menschen gibt, die noch immer damit arbeiten und sich die Mühe machen es am Laufen zu halten. Respekt!

Nun aber zu meinem Problem. Ich denke mal, dass mein Hoster Strato AG irgendetwas an diesem Tag umgestellt hat. Zumindest kann ich meine Seiten kaum noch aufrufen. Mit viel Glück bekommt man manche Seiten nach 2 Minuten geöffnet oder eine Internal Fehlermeldung. Da auch das Tippspiel aktiviert ist, befinde ich mich gerade in einer miesen Situation.

Ich versuche mal mit einigen Informationen etwas Futter in die Runde zu werfen :)

Meine Internetpräsenz: http://www.babbelnase.de
Auf dieser Seite ist auch mein LMO integriert!

Link zum LMO: http://www.babbelnase.de/ball/lmo.php

Derzeitige PHP-Version: PHP Version 5.6.40 (Wechsel möglich auf 7.1 , 7.2 oder 7.3)

Natürlich habe ich auch schon die PHP-Versionen durchgetestet. Nur bei PHP 7 baut sich die Seite gar nicht mehr auf. Ebenfalls habe ich komplett deine Version LMO_PHP7-4.0.2rc07 drüber kopiert. Aber auch hier existieren die lange Wartezeiten bis zum Aufbau der Seite oder Fehlermeldung. Positiv war aber, dass die Seite funktionierte.
Somit habe ich mein Backup zurückgespielt und alles beim Alten gelassen /mit PHP 5.6.

Nachfolgend aufgeführte Error-Loggs habe ich (am Häufigsten):

15.03.2019 17:58:09 babbelnase.de [client 31.150.4.0] PHP Deprecated: Non-static method PEAR::raiseError() should not be called statically, assuming $this from incompatible context in /mnt/web109/b1/60/52396760/htdocs/ball/includes/IT.php on line 657

15.03.2019 17:58:09 babbelnase.de [client 31.150.4.0] PHP Deprecated: Non-static method PEAR::isError() should not be called statically, assuming $this from incompatible context in /mnt/web109/b1/60/52396760/htdocs/ball/includes/IT.php on line 1017

15.03.2019 17:58:11 babbelnase.de [client 31.150.4.0] PHP Deprecated: preg_replace(): The /e modifier is deprecated, use preg_replace_callback instead in /mnt/web109/b1/60/52396760/htdocs/ball/includes/IT.php on line 955

15.03.2019 17:59:59 babbelnase.de [client 31.150.4.0] PHP Deprecated: preg_replace(): The /e modifier is deprecated, use preg_replace_callback instead in /mnt/web109/b1/60/52396760/htdocs/ball/includes/IT.php on line 955

Ich wünsche Dir / Euch ein schönes Wochenende und hoffe, dass man sich gegenseitig, auf welcher Ebene auch immer, helfen kann.

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Re: LMO Problem seit dem 11.03.2019 wegen PHP?

Beitrag von Henshingly »

Hallo Andreas
einen Fehler kannst du schnell entfernen.
Öffne dazu die Datei /includes/IT.php
Suche

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INCLUDE (.*) -->#ime
dann lösche das e von So da dort nun

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"#<!-- INCLUDE (.*) -->#im", "\$this->getFile('\\1')", $content
steht
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Re: LMO Problem seit dem 11.03.2019 wegen PHP?

Beitrag von Babbelnasen »

Hallo Dietmar,
vielen Dank für deinen Support. Ich habe die von Dir erwähnte Änderung vorgenommen. Es hakt noch ein wenig und nun habe ich zwei Fehlerlogs:

16.03.2019 21:52:25 babbelnase.de [client 91.97.30.0] PHP Deprecated: Non-static method PEAR::raiseError() should not be called statically, assuming $this from incompatible context in /mnt/web109/b1/60/52396760/htdocs/ball/includes/IT.php on line 657

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if (!isset($this->blocklist[$block])) {
            [b]return PEAR::raiseError([/b]
                $this->errorMessage( IT_BLOCK_NOT_FOUND ) .
                '"' . $block . "'", IT_BLOCK_NOT_FOUND
            );
16.03.2019 21:52:25 babbelnase.de [client 91.97.30.0] PHP Deprecated: Non-static method PEAR::isError() should not be called statically, assuming $this from incompatible context in /mnt/web109/b1/60/52396760/htdocs/ball/includes/IT.php on line 1017

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   }

       [b] if (PEAR::isError($value)) {[/b]
            $value = $value->getCode();
        }
16.03.2019 21:57:16 babbelnase.de [client 91.97.30.0] PHP Strict Standards: Assigning the return value of new by reference is deprecated in /mnt/web109/b1/60/52396760/htdocs/ball/includes/PEAR.php on line 540

16.03.2019 21:57:16 babbelnase.de [client 91.97.30.0] PHP Strict Standards: Assigning the return value of new by reference is deprecated in /mnt/web109/b1/60/52396760/htdocs/ball/includes/PEAR.php on line 543

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if ($skipmsg) {
            $[b]a = &new $ec($code, $mode, $options, $userinfo);[/b]
            return $a;
        } else {
            [b]$a = &new $ec($message, $code, $mode, $options, $userinfo);[/b]
            return $a;


Ich hoffe nur nicht, dass sich das komplett durch das System zieht ..... :(

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Re: LMO Problem seit dem 11.03.2019 wegen PHP?

Beitrag von Henshingly »

Schaue ich mir morgen mal an.
Hatte nen schweren Tag 🏋️‍♂️
Hau mich gleich hin.

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Re: LMO Problem seit dem 11.03.2019 wegen PHP?

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Kannst Du vielleicht mal deine PEAR.php im Ordner /includes/ erneuern? Benenne die vorhandene zuerst um und dann lade mal diese Version hier hoch.

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<?php
/**
 * PEAR, the PHP Extension and Application Repository
 *
 * PEAR class and PEAR_Error class
 *
 * PHP versions 4 and 5
 *
 * @category   pear
 * @package    PEAR
 * @author     Sterling Hughes <sterling@php.net>
 * @author     Stig Bakken <ssb@php.net>
 * @author     Tomas V.V.Cox <cox@idecnet.com>
 * @author     Greg Beaver <cellog@php.net>
 * @copyright  1997-2010 The Authors
 * @license    http://opensource.org/licenses/bsd-license.php New BSD License
 * @link       http://pear.php.net/package/PEAR
 * @since      File available since Release 0.1
 */

/**#@+
 * ERROR constants
 */
define('PEAR_ERROR_RETURN',     1);
define('PEAR_ERROR_PRINT',      2);
define('PEAR_ERROR_TRIGGER',    4);
define('PEAR_ERROR_DIE',        8);
define('PEAR_ERROR_CALLBACK',  16);
/**
 * WARNING: obsolete
 * @deprecated
 */
define('PEAR_ERROR_EXCEPTION', 32);
/**#@-*/

if (substr(PHP_OS, 0, 3) == 'WIN') {
    define('OS_WINDOWS', true);
    define('OS_UNIX',    false);
    define('PEAR_OS',    'Windows');
} else {
    define('OS_WINDOWS', false);
    define('OS_UNIX',    true);
    define('PEAR_OS',    'Unix'); // blatant assumption
}

$GLOBALS['_PEAR_default_error_mode']     = PEAR_ERROR_RETURN;
$GLOBALS['_PEAR_default_error_options']  = E_USER_NOTICE;
$GLOBALS['_PEAR_destructor_object_list'] = array();
$GLOBALS['_PEAR_shutdown_funcs']         = array();
$GLOBALS['_PEAR_error_handler_stack']    = array();

@ini_set('track_errors', true);

/**
 * Base class for other PEAR classes.  Provides rudimentary
 * emulation of destructors.
 *
 * If you want a destructor in your class, inherit PEAR and make a
 * destructor method called _yourclassname (same name as the
 * constructor, but with a "_" prefix).  Also, in your constructor you
 * have to call the PEAR constructor: $this->PEAR();.
 * The destructor method will be called without parameters.  Note that
 * at in some SAPI implementations (such as Apache), any output during
 * the request shutdown (in which destructors are called) seems to be
 * discarded.  If you need to get any debug information from your
 * destructor, use error_log(), syslog() or something similar.
 *
 * IMPORTANT! To use the emulated destructors you need to create the
 * objects by reference: $obj =& new PEAR_child;
 *
 * @category   pear
 * @package    PEAR
 * @author     Stig Bakken <ssb@php.net>
 * @author     Tomas V.V. Cox <cox@idecnet.com>
 * @author     Greg Beaver <cellog@php.net>
 * @copyright  1997-2006 The PHP Group
 * @license    http://opensource.org/licenses/bsd-license.php New BSD License
 * @version    Release: @package_version@
 * @link       http://pear.php.net/package/PEAR
 * @see        PEAR_Error
 * @since      Class available since PHP 4.0.2
 * @link        http://pear.php.net/manual/en/core.pear.php#core.pear.pear
 */
class PEAR
{
    /**
     * Whether to enable internal debug messages.
     *
     * @var     bool
     * @access  private
     */
    var $_debug = false;

    /**
     * Default error mode for this object.
     *
     * @var     int
     * @access  private
     */
    var $_default_error_mode = null;

    /**
     * Default error options used for this object when error mode
     * is PEAR_ERROR_TRIGGER.
     *
     * @var     int
     * @access  private
     */
    var $_default_error_options = null;

    /**
     * Default error handler (callback) for this object, if error mode is
     * PEAR_ERROR_CALLBACK.
     *
     * @var     string
     * @access  private
     */
    var $_default_error_handler = '';

    /**
     * Which class to use for error objects.
     *
     * @var     string
     * @access  private
     */
    var $_error_class = 'PEAR_Error';

    /**
     * An array of expected errors.
     *
     * @var     array
     * @access  private
     */
    var $_expected_errors = array();

    /**
     * List of methods that can be called both statically and non-statically.
     * @var array
     */
    protected static $bivalentMethods = array(
        'setErrorHandling' => true,
        'raiseError' => true,
        'throwError' => true,
        'pushErrorHandling' => true,
        'popErrorHandling' => true,
    );

    /**
     * Constructor.  Registers this object in
     * $_PEAR_destructor_object_list for destructor emulation if a
     * destructor object exists.
     *
     * @param string $error_class  (optional) which class to use for
     *        error objects, defaults to PEAR_Error.
     * @access public
     * @return void
     */
    function __construct($error_class = null)
    {
        $classname = strtolower(get_class($this));
        if ($this->_debug) {
            print "PEAR constructor called, class=$classname\n";
        }

        if ($error_class !== null) {
            $this->_error_class = $error_class;
        }

        while ($classname && strcasecmp($classname, "pear")) {
            $destructor = "_$classname";
            if (method_exists($this, $destructor)) {
                global $_PEAR_destructor_object_list;
                $_PEAR_destructor_object_list[] = $this;
                if (!isset($GLOBALS['_PEAR_SHUTDOWN_REGISTERED'])) {
                    register_shutdown_function("_PEAR_call_destructors");
                    $GLOBALS['_PEAR_SHUTDOWN_REGISTERED'] = true;
                }
                break;
            } else {
                $classname = get_parent_class($classname);
            }
        }
    }

    /**
     * Only here for backwards compatibility.
     * E.g. Archive_Tar calls $this->PEAR() in its constructor.
     *
     * @param string $error_class Which class to use for error objects,
     *                            defaults to PEAR_Error.
     */
    public function PEAR($error_class = null)
    {
        self::__construct($error_class);
    }

    /**
     * Destructor (the emulated type of...).  Does nothing right now,
     * but is included for forward compatibility, so subclass
     * destructors should always call it.
     *
     * See the note in the class desciption about output from
     * destructors.
     *
     * @access public
     * @return void
     */
    function _PEAR() {
        if ($this->_debug) {
            printf("PEAR destructor called, class=%s\n", strtolower(get_class($this)));
        }
    }

    public function __call($method, $arguments)
    {
        if (!isset(self::$bivalentMethods[$method])) {
            trigger_error(
                'Call to undefined method PEAR::' . $method . '()', E_USER_ERROR
            );
        }
        return call_user_func_array(
            array(get_class(), '_' . $method),
            array_merge(array($this), $arguments)
        );
    }

    public static function __callStatic($method, $arguments)
    {
        if (!isset(self::$bivalentMethods[$method])) {
            trigger_error(
                'Call to undefined method PEAR::' . $method . '()', E_USER_ERROR
            );
        }
        return call_user_func_array(
            array(get_class(), '_' . $method),
            array_merge(array(null), $arguments)
        );
    }

    /**
    * If you have a class that's mostly/entirely static, and you need static
    * properties, you can use this method to simulate them. Eg. in your method(s)
    * do this: $myVar = &PEAR::getStaticProperty('myclass', 'myVar');
    * You MUST use a reference, or they will not persist!
    *
    * @param  string $class  The calling classname, to prevent clashes
    * @param  string $var    The variable to retrieve.
    * @return mixed   A reference to the variable. If not set it will be
    *                 auto initialised to NULL.
    */
    public static function &getStaticProperty($class, $var)
    {
        static $properties;
        if (!isset($properties[$class])) {
            $properties[$class] = array();
        }

        if (!array_key_exists($var, $properties[$class])) {
            $properties[$class][$var] = null;
        }

        return $properties[$class][$var];
    }

    /**
    * Use this function to register a shutdown method for static
    * classes.
    *
    * @param  mixed $func  The function name (or array of class/method) to call
    * @param  mixed $args  The arguments to pass to the function
    *
    * @return void
    */
    public static function registerShutdownFunc($func, $args = array())
    {
        // if we are called statically, there is a potential
        // that no shutdown func is registered.  Bug #6445
        if (!isset($GLOBALS['_PEAR_SHUTDOWN_REGISTERED'])) {
            register_shutdown_function("_PEAR_call_destructors");
            $GLOBALS['_PEAR_SHUTDOWN_REGISTERED'] = true;
        }
        $GLOBALS['_PEAR_shutdown_funcs'][] = array($func, $args);
    }

    /**
     * Tell whether a value is a PEAR error.
     *
     * @param   mixed $data   the value to test
     * @param   int   $code   if $data is an error object, return true
     *                        only if $code is a string and
     *                        $obj->getMessage() == $code or
     *                        $code is an integer and $obj->getCode() == $code
     *
     * @return  bool    true if parameter is an error
     */
    public static function isError($data, $code = null)
    {
        if (!is_a($data, 'PEAR_Error')) {
            return false;
        }

        if (is_null($code)) {
            return true;
        } elseif (is_string($code)) {
            return $data->getMessage() == $code;
        }

        return $data->getCode() == $code;
    }

    /**
     * Sets how errors generated by this object should be handled.
     * Can be invoked both in objects and statically.  If called
     * statically, setErrorHandling sets the default behaviour for all
     * PEAR objects.  If called in an object, setErrorHandling sets
     * the default behaviour for that object.
     *
     * @param object $object
     *        Object the method was called on (non-static mode)
     *
     * @param int $mode
     *        One of PEAR_ERROR_RETURN, PEAR_ERROR_PRINT,
     *        PEAR_ERROR_TRIGGER, PEAR_ERROR_DIE,
     *        PEAR_ERROR_CALLBACK or PEAR_ERROR_EXCEPTION.
     *
     * @param mixed $options
     *        When $mode is PEAR_ERROR_TRIGGER, this is the error level (one
     *        of E_USER_NOTICE, E_USER_WARNING or E_USER_ERROR).
     *
     *        When $mode is PEAR_ERROR_CALLBACK, this parameter is expected
     *        to be the callback function or method.  A callback
     *        function is a string with the name of the function, a
     *        callback method is an array of two elements: the element
     *        at index 0 is the object, and the element at index 1 is
     *        the name of the method to call in the object.
     *
     *        When $mode is PEAR_ERROR_PRINT or PEAR_ERROR_DIE, this is
     *        a printf format string used when printing the error
     *        message.
     *
     * @access public
     * @return void
     * @see PEAR_ERROR_RETURN
     * @see PEAR_ERROR_PRINT
     * @see PEAR_ERROR_TRIGGER
     * @see PEAR_ERROR_DIE
     * @see PEAR_ERROR_CALLBACK
     * @see PEAR_ERROR_EXCEPTION
     *
     * @since PHP 4.0.5
     */
    protected static function _setErrorHandling(
        $object, $mode = null, $options = null
    ) {
        if ($object !== null) {
            $setmode     = &$object->_default_error_mode;
            $setoptions  = &$object->_default_error_options;
        } else {
            $setmode     = &$GLOBALS['_PEAR_default_error_mode'];
            $setoptions  = &$GLOBALS['_PEAR_default_error_options'];
        }

        switch ($mode) {
            case PEAR_ERROR_EXCEPTION:
            case PEAR_ERROR_RETURN:
            case PEAR_ERROR_PRINT:
            case PEAR_ERROR_TRIGGER:
            case PEAR_ERROR_DIE:
            case null:
                $setmode = $mode;
                $setoptions = $options;
                break;

            case PEAR_ERROR_CALLBACK:
                $setmode = $mode;
                // class/object method callback
                if (is_callable($options)) {
                    $setoptions = $options;
                } else {
                    trigger_error("invalid error callback", E_USER_WARNING);
                }
                break;

            default:
                trigger_error("invalid error mode", E_USER_WARNING);
                break;
        }
    }

    /**
     * This method is used to tell which errors you expect to get.
     * Expected errors are always returned with error mode
     * PEAR_ERROR_RETURN.  Expected error codes are stored in a stack,
     * and this method pushes a new element onto it.  The list of
     * expected errors are in effect until they are popped off the
     * stack with the popExpect() method.
     *
     * Note that this method can not be called statically
     *
     * @param mixed $code a single error code or an array of error codes to expect
     *
     * @return int     the new depth of the "expected errors" stack
     * @access public
     */
    function expectError($code = '*')
    {
        if (is_array($code)) {
            array_push($this->_expected_errors, $code);
        } else {
            array_push($this->_expected_errors, array($code));
        }
        return count($this->_expected_errors);
    }

    /**
     * This method pops one element off the expected error codes
     * stack.
     *
     * @return array   the list of error codes that were popped
     */
    function popExpect()
    {
        return array_pop($this->_expected_errors);
    }

    /**
     * This method checks unsets an error code if available
     *
     * @param mixed error code
     * @return bool true if the error code was unset, false otherwise
     * @access private
     * @since PHP 4.3.0
     */
    function _checkDelExpect($error_code)
    {
        $deleted = false;
        foreach ($this->_expected_errors as $key => $error_array) {
            if (in_array($error_code, $error_array)) {
                unset($this->_expected_errors[$key][array_search($error_code, $error_array)]);
                $deleted = true;
            }

            // clean up empty arrays
            if (0 == count($this->_expected_errors[$key])) {
                unset($this->_expected_errors[$key]);
            }
        }

        return $deleted;
    }

    /**
     * This method deletes all occurrences of the specified element from
     * the expected error codes stack.
     *
     * @param  mixed $error_code error code that should be deleted
     * @return mixed list of error codes that were deleted or error
     * @access public
     * @since PHP 4.3.0
     */
    function delExpect($error_code)
    {
        $deleted = false;
        if ((is_array($error_code) && (0 != count($error_code)))) {
            // $error_code is a non-empty array here; we walk through it trying
            // to unset all values
            foreach ($error_code as $key => $error) {
                $deleted =  $this->_checkDelExpect($error) ? true : false;
            }

            return $deleted ? true : PEAR::raiseError("The expected error you submitted does not exist"); // IMPROVE ME
        } elseif (!empty($error_code)) {
            // $error_code comes alone, trying to unset it
            if ($this->_checkDelExpect($error_code)) {
                return true;
            }

            return PEAR::raiseError("The expected error you submitted does not exist"); // IMPROVE ME
        }

        // $error_code is empty
        return PEAR::raiseError("The expected error you submitted is empty"); // IMPROVE ME
    }

    /**
     * This method is a wrapper that returns an instance of the
     * configured error class with this object's default error
     * handling applied.  If the $mode and $options parameters are not
     * specified, the object's defaults are used.
     *
     * @param mixed $message a text error message or a PEAR error object
     *
     * @param int $code      a numeric error code (it is up to your class
     *                  to define these if you want to use codes)
     *
     * @param int $mode      One of PEAR_ERROR_RETURN, PEAR_ERROR_PRINT,
     *                  PEAR_ERROR_TRIGGER, PEAR_ERROR_DIE,
     *                  PEAR_ERROR_CALLBACK, PEAR_ERROR_EXCEPTION.
     *
     * @param mixed $options If $mode is PEAR_ERROR_TRIGGER, this parameter
     *                  specifies the PHP-internal error level (one of
     *                  E_USER_NOTICE, E_USER_WARNING or E_USER_ERROR).
     *                  If $mode is PEAR_ERROR_CALLBACK, this
     *                  parameter specifies the callback function or
     *                  method.  In other error modes this parameter
     *                  is ignored.
     *
     * @param string $userinfo If you need to pass along for example debug
     *                  information, this parameter is meant for that.
     *
     * @param string $error_class The returned error object will be
     *                  instantiated from this class, if specified.
     *
     * @param bool $skipmsg If true, raiseError will only pass error codes,
     *                  the error message parameter will be dropped.
     *
     * @return object   a PEAR error object
     * @see PEAR::setErrorHandling
     * @since PHP 4.0.5
     */
    protected static function _raiseError($object,
                         $message = null,
                         $code = null,
                         $mode = null,
                         $options = null,
                         $userinfo = null,
                         $error_class = null,
                         $skipmsg = false)
    {
        // The error is yet a PEAR error object
        if (is_object($message)) {
            $code        = $message->getCode();
            $userinfo    = $message->getUserInfo();
            $error_class = $message->getType();
            $message->error_message_prefix = '';
            $message     = $message->getMessage();
        }

        if (
            $object !== null &&
            isset($object->_expected_errors) &&
            count($object->_expected_errors) > 0 &&
            count($exp = end($object->_expected_errors))
        ) {
            if ($exp[0] === "*" ||
                (is_int(reset($exp)) && in_array($code, $exp)) ||
                (is_string(reset($exp)) && in_array($message, $exp))
            ) {
                $mode = PEAR_ERROR_RETURN;
            }
        }

        // No mode given, try global ones
        if ($mode === null) {
            // Class error handler
            if ($object !== null && isset($object->_default_error_mode)) {
                $mode    = $object->_default_error_mode;
                $options = $object->_default_error_options;
            // Global error handler
            } elseif (isset($GLOBALS['_PEAR_default_error_mode'])) {
                $mode    = $GLOBALS['_PEAR_default_error_mode'];
                $options = $GLOBALS['_PEAR_default_error_options'];
            }
        }

        if ($error_class !== null) {
            $ec = $error_class;
        } elseif ($object !== null && isset($object->_error_class)) {
            $ec = $object->_error_class;
        } else {
            $ec = 'PEAR_Error';
        }

        if ($skipmsg) {
            $a = new $ec($code, $mode, $options, $userinfo);
        } else {
            $a = new $ec($message, $code, $mode, $options, $userinfo);
        }

        return $a;
    }

    /**
     * Simpler form of raiseError with fewer options.  In most cases
     * message, code and userinfo are enough.
     *
     * @param mixed $message a text error message or a PEAR error object
     *
     * @param int $code      a numeric error code (it is up to your class
     *                  to define these if you want to use codes)
     *
     * @param string $userinfo If you need to pass along for example debug
     *                  information, this parameter is meant for that.
     *
     * @return object   a PEAR error object
     * @see PEAR::raiseError
     */
    protected static function _throwError($object, $message = null, $code = null, $userinfo = null)
    {
        if ($object !== null) {
            $a = $object->raiseError($message, $code, null, null, $userinfo);
            return $a;
        }

        $a = PEAR::raiseError($message, $code, null, null, $userinfo);
        return $a;
    }

    public static function staticPushErrorHandling($mode, $options = null)
    {
        $stack       = &$GLOBALS['_PEAR_error_handler_stack'];
        $def_mode    = &$GLOBALS['_PEAR_default_error_mode'];
        $def_options = &$GLOBALS['_PEAR_default_error_options'];
        $stack[] = array($def_mode, $def_options);
        switch ($mode) {
            case PEAR_ERROR_EXCEPTION:
            case PEAR_ERROR_RETURN:
            case PEAR_ERROR_PRINT:
            case PEAR_ERROR_TRIGGER:
            case PEAR_ERROR_DIE:
            case null:
                $def_mode = $mode;
                $def_options = $options;
                break;

            case PEAR_ERROR_CALLBACK:
                $def_mode = $mode;
                // class/object method callback
                if (is_callable($options)) {
                    $def_options = $options;
                } else {
                    trigger_error("invalid error callback", E_USER_WARNING);
                }
                break;

            default:
                trigger_error("invalid error mode", E_USER_WARNING);
                break;
        }
        $stack[] = array($mode, $options);
        return true;
    }

    public static function staticPopErrorHandling()
    {
        $stack = &$GLOBALS['_PEAR_error_handler_stack'];
        $setmode     = &$GLOBALS['_PEAR_default_error_mode'];
        $setoptions  = &$GLOBALS['_PEAR_default_error_options'];
        array_pop($stack);
        list($mode, $options) = $stack[sizeof($stack) - 1];
        array_pop($stack);
        switch ($mode) {
            case PEAR_ERROR_EXCEPTION:
            case PEAR_ERROR_RETURN:
            case PEAR_ERROR_PRINT:
            case PEAR_ERROR_TRIGGER:
            case PEAR_ERROR_DIE:
            case null:
                $setmode = $mode;
                $setoptions = $options;
                break;

            case PEAR_ERROR_CALLBACK:
                $setmode = $mode;
                // class/object method callback
                if (is_callable($options)) {
                    $setoptions = $options;
                } else {
                    trigger_error("invalid error callback", E_USER_WARNING);
                }
                break;

            default:
                trigger_error("invalid error mode", E_USER_WARNING);
                break;
        }
        return true;
    }

    /**
     * Push a new error handler on top of the error handler options stack. With this
     * you can easily override the actual error handler for some code and restore
     * it later with popErrorHandling.
     *
     * @param mixed $mode (same as setErrorHandling)
     * @param mixed $options (same as setErrorHandling)
     *
     * @return bool Always true
     *
     * @see PEAR::setErrorHandling
     */
    protected static function _pushErrorHandling($object, $mode, $options = null)
    {
        $stack = &$GLOBALS['_PEAR_error_handler_stack'];
        if ($object !== null) {
            $def_mode    = &$object->_default_error_mode;
            $def_options = &$object->_default_error_options;
        } else {
            $def_mode    = &$GLOBALS['_PEAR_default_error_mode'];
            $def_options = &$GLOBALS['_PEAR_default_error_options'];
        }
        $stack[] = array($def_mode, $def_options);

        if ($object !== null) {
            $object->setErrorHandling($mode, $options);
        } else {
            PEAR::setErrorHandling($mode, $options);
        }
        $stack[] = array($mode, $options);
        return true;
    }

    /**
    * Pop the last error handler used
    *
    * @return bool Always true
    *
    * @see PEAR::pushErrorHandling
    */
    protected static function _popErrorHandling($object)
    {
        $stack = &$GLOBALS['_PEAR_error_handler_stack'];
        array_pop($stack);
        list($mode, $options) = $stack[sizeof($stack) - 1];
        array_pop($stack);
        if ($object !== null) {
            $object->setErrorHandling($mode, $options);
        } else {
            PEAR::setErrorHandling($mode, $options);
        }
        return true;
    }

    /**
    * OS independent PHP extension load. Remember to take care
    * on the correct extension name for case sensitive OSes.
    *
    * @param string $ext The extension name
    * @return bool Success or not on the dl() call
    */
    public static function loadExtension($ext)
    {
        if (extension_loaded($ext)) {
            return true;
        }

        // if either returns true dl() will produce a FATAL error, stop that
        if (
            function_exists('dl') === false ||
            ini_get('enable_dl') != 1
        ) {
            return false;
        }

        if (OS_WINDOWS) {
            $suffix = '.dll';
        } elseif (PHP_OS == 'HP-UX') {
            $suffix = '.sl';
        } elseif (PHP_OS == 'AIX') {
            $suffix = '.a';
        } elseif (PHP_OS == 'OSX') {
            $suffix = '.bundle';
        } else {
            $suffix = '.so';
        }

        return @dl('php_'.$ext.$suffix) || @dl($ext.$suffix);
    }
}

function _PEAR_call_destructors()
{
    global $_PEAR_destructor_object_list;
    if (is_array($_PEAR_destructor_object_list) &&
        sizeof($_PEAR_destructor_object_list))
    {
        reset($_PEAR_destructor_object_list);

        $destructLifoExists = PEAR::getStaticProperty('PEAR', 'destructlifo');

        if ($destructLifoExists) {
            $_PEAR_destructor_object_list = array_reverse($_PEAR_destructor_object_list);
        }

        foreach ($_PEAR_destructor_object_list as $k => $objref) {
            $classname = get_class($objref);
            while ($classname) {
                $destructor = "_$classname";
                if (method_exists($objref, $destructor)) {
                    $objref->$destructor();
                    break;
                } else {
                    $classname = get_parent_class($classname);
                }
            }
        }
        // Empty the object list to ensure that destructors are
        // not called more than once.
        $_PEAR_destructor_object_list = array();
    }

    // Now call the shutdown functions
    if (
        isset($GLOBALS['_PEAR_shutdown_funcs']) &&
        is_array($GLOBALS['_PEAR_shutdown_funcs']) &&
        !empty($GLOBALS['_PEAR_shutdown_funcs'])
    ) {
        foreach ($GLOBALS['_PEAR_shutdown_funcs'] as $value) {
            call_user_func_array($value[0], $value[1]);
        }
    }
}

/**
 * Standard PEAR error class for PHP 4
 *
 * This class is supserseded by {@link PEAR_Exception} in PHP 5
 *
 * @category   pear
 * @package    PEAR
 * @author     Stig Bakken <ssb@php.net>
 * @author     Tomas V.V. Cox <cox@idecnet.com>
 * @author     Gregory Beaver <cellog@php.net>
 * @copyright  1997-2006 The PHP Group
 * @license    http://opensource.org/licenses/bsd-license.php New BSD License
 * @version    Release: @package_version@
 * @link       http://pear.php.net/manual/en/core.pear.pear-error.php
 * @see        PEAR::raiseError(), PEAR::throwError()
 * @since      Class available since PHP 4.0.2
 */
class PEAR_Error
{
    var $error_message_prefix = '';
    var $mode                 = PEAR_ERROR_RETURN;
    var $level                = E_USER_NOTICE;
    var $code                 = -1;
    var $message              = '';
    var $userinfo             = '';
    var $backtrace            = null;

    /**
     * PEAR_Error constructor
     *
     * @param string $message  message
     *
     * @param int $code     (optional) error code
     *
     * @param int $mode     (optional) error mode, one of: PEAR_ERROR_RETURN,
     * PEAR_ERROR_PRINT, PEAR_ERROR_DIE, PEAR_ERROR_TRIGGER,
     * PEAR_ERROR_CALLBACK or PEAR_ERROR_EXCEPTION
     *
     * @param mixed $options   (optional) error level, _OR_ in the case of
     * PEAR_ERROR_CALLBACK, the callback function or object/method
     * tuple.
     *
     * @param string $userinfo (optional) additional user/debug info
     *
     * @access public
     *
     */
    function __construct($message = 'unknown error', $code = null,
                        $mode = null, $options = null, $userinfo = null)
    {
        if ($mode === null) {
            $mode = PEAR_ERROR_RETURN;
        }
        $this->message   = $message;
        $this->code      = $code;
        $this->mode      = $mode;
        $this->userinfo  = $userinfo;

        $skiptrace = PEAR::getStaticProperty('PEAR_Error', 'skiptrace');

        if (!$skiptrace) {
            $this->backtrace = debug_backtrace();
            if (isset($this->backtrace[0]) && isset($this->backtrace[0]['object'])) {
                unset($this->backtrace[0]['object']);
            }
        }

        if ($mode & PEAR_ERROR_CALLBACK) {
            $this->level = E_USER_NOTICE;
            $this->callback = $options;
        } else {
            if ($options === null) {
                $options = E_USER_NOTICE;
            }

            $this->level = $options;
            $this->callback = null;
        }

        if ($this->mode & PEAR_ERROR_PRINT) {
            if (is_null($options) || is_int($options)) {
                $format = "%s";
            } else {
                $format = $options;
            }

            printf($format, $this->getMessage());
        }

        if ($this->mode & PEAR_ERROR_TRIGGER) {
            trigger_error($this->getMessage(), $this->level);
        }

        if ($this->mode & PEAR_ERROR_DIE) {
            $msg = $this->getMessage();
            if (is_null($options) || is_int($options)) {
                $format = "%s";
                if (substr($msg, -1) != "\n") {
                    $msg .= "\n";
                }
            } else {
                $format = $options;
            }
            printf($format, $msg);
            exit($code);
        }

        if ($this->mode & PEAR_ERROR_CALLBACK && is_callable($this->callback)) {
            call_user_func($this->callback, $this);
        }

        if ($this->mode & PEAR_ERROR_EXCEPTION) {
            trigger_error("PEAR_ERROR_EXCEPTION is obsolete, use class PEAR_Exception for exceptions", E_USER_WARNING);
            eval('$e = new Exception($this->message, $this->code);throw($e);');
        }
    }

    /**
     * Only here for backwards compatibility.
     *
     * Class "Cache_Error" still uses it, among others.
     *
     * @param string $message  Message
     * @param int    $code     Error code
     * @param int    $mode     Error mode
     * @param mixed  $options  See __construct()
     * @param string $userinfo Additional user/debug info
     */
    public function PEAR_Error(
        $message = 'unknown error', $code = null, $mode = null,
        $options = null, $userinfo = null
    ) {
        self::__construct($message, $code, $mode, $options, $userinfo);
    }

    /**
     * Get the error mode from an error object.
     *
     * @return int error mode
     * @access public
     */
    function getMode()
    {
        return $this->mode;
    }

    /**
     * Get the callback function/method from an error object.
     *
     * @return mixed callback function or object/method array
     * @access public
     */
    function getCallback()
    {
        return $this->callback;
    }

    /**
     * Get the error message from an error object.
     *
     * @return  string  full error message
     * @access public
     */
    function getMessage()
    {
        return ($this->error_message_prefix . $this->message);
    }

    /**
     * Get error code from an error object
     *
     * @return int error code
     * @access public
     */
     function getCode()
     {
        return $this->code;
     }

    /**
     * Get the name of this error/exception.
     *
     * @return string error/exception name (type)
     * @access public
     */
    function getType()
    {
        return get_class($this);
    }

    /**
     * Get additional user-supplied information.
     *
     * @return string user-supplied information
     * @access public
     */
    function getUserInfo()
    {
        return $this->userinfo;
    }

    /**
     * Get additional debug information supplied by the application.
     *
     * @return string debug information
     * @access public
     */
    function getDebugInfo()
    {
        return $this->getUserInfo();
    }

    /**
     * Get the call backtrace from where the error was generated.
     * Supported with PHP 4.3.0 or newer.
     *
     * @param int $frame (optional) what frame to fetch
     * @return array Backtrace, or NULL if not available.
     * @access public
     */
    function getBacktrace($frame = null)
    {
        if (defined('PEAR_IGNORE_BACKTRACE')) {
            return null;
        }
        if ($frame === null) {
            return $this->backtrace;
        }
        return $this->backtrace[$frame];
    }

    function addUserInfo($info)
    {
        if (empty($this->userinfo)) {
            $this->userinfo = $info;
        } else {
            $this->userinfo .= " ** $info";
        }
    }

    function __toString()
    {
        return $this->getMessage();
    }

    /**
     * Make a string representation of this object.
     *
     * @return string a string with an object summary
     * @access public
     */
    function toString()
    {
        $modes = array();
        $levels = array(E_USER_NOTICE  => 'notice',
                        E_USER_WARNING => 'warning',
                        E_USER_ERROR   => 'error');
        if ($this->mode & PEAR_ERROR_CALLBACK) {
            if (is_array($this->callback)) {
                $callback = (is_object($this->callback[0]) ?
                    strtolower(get_class($this->callback[0])) :
                    $this->callback[0]) . '::' .
                    $this->callback[1];
            } else {
                $callback = $this->callback;
            }
            return sprintf('[%s: message="%s" code=%d mode=callback '.
                           'callback=%s prefix="%s" info="%s"]',
                           strtolower(get_class($this)), $this->message, $this->code,
                           $callback, $this->error_message_prefix,
                           $this->userinfo);
        }
        if ($this->mode & PEAR_ERROR_PRINT) {
            $modes[] = 'print';
        }
        if ($this->mode & PEAR_ERROR_TRIGGER) {
            $modes[] = 'trigger';
        }
        if ($this->mode & PEAR_ERROR_DIE) {
            $modes[] = 'die';
        }
        if ($this->mode & PEAR_ERROR_RETURN) {
            $modes[] = 'return';
        }
        return sprintf('[%s: message="%s" code=%d mode=%s level=%s '.
                       'prefix="%s" info="%s"]',
                       strtolower(get_class($this)), $this->message, $this->code,
                       implode("|", $modes), $levels[$this->level],
                       $this->error_message_prefix,
                       $this->userinfo);
    }
}

/*
 * Local Variables:
 * mode: php
 * tab-width: 4
 * c-basic-offset: 4
 * End:
 */
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Re: LMO Problem seit dem 11.03.2019 wegen PHP?

Beitrag von Babbelnasen »

Die Seiten bauen sich auf. Bei einigen Seiten aber dauert es ewig. Ich habe natürlich so einige Addons von LMO laufen und da passt das ein oder andere noch nicht. Die Fehlermerldungen im Serverlog sehen nun anders aus.

17.03.2019 15:02:27 babbelnase.de [client 91.97.60.0] FastCGI: "/home/strato/http/fastcgi/rid/67/60/52396760/htdocs/ball/lmo-style.php" aborted: incomplete headers (0 bytes) received from server after 77 sec

17.03.2019 15:02:27 babbelnase.de [client 91.97.60.0] FastCGI: "/home/strato/http/fastcgi/rid/67/60/52396760/htdocs/ball/lmo-style-nc.php" aborted: incomplete headers (0 bytes) received from server after 77 sec

17.03.2019 15:02:27 babbelnase.de [client 91.97.60.0] FastCGI: "/home/strato/http/fastcgi/rid/67/60/52396760/htdocs/ball/lmo-style.php" aborted: incomplete headers (0 bytes) received from server after 92 sec


edit:

eben gerade hatte ich diese Meldungen:

17.03.2019 19:16:05 babbelnase.de [client 91.97.60.0] End of script output before headers: admin.js.php
17.03.2019 19:16:05 babbelnase.de [client 91.97.60.0] End of script output before headers: lmo-style.php
17.03.2019 19:16:07 babbelnase.de [client 91.97.60.0] End of script output before headers: news.php


Lieben Gruss und danke
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Re: LMO Problem seit dem 11.03.2019 wegen PHP?

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Vielleicht sollte ich nach Abschluss der Bundesigasaison auf PHP Version 7 wechseln. Denn 5.6 wird ja so wie ich es gelesen habe im Dezember 2019 nicht mehr angeboten. Ich werde mal die PHP7 Version von dir auf eine andere Domain installieren um zu sehen ob es bei mir läuft .......

Ich habe stark das Gefühl, dass es an meiner alten PHP Fusion CMS liegt. Ich habe die LIga mal auf die nachfolgende Domain kopiert und dort lässt sich alles einwandfrei anschauen:

http://www.geofreaks.de/ball/lmo.php

Schönen Abend noch :)
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Re: LMO Problem seit dem 11.03.2019 wegen PHP?

Beitrag von Babbelnasen »

Moin Moin,

ich habe jetzt mein LMO auf eine andere Domain transferiert und dein LMO für PHP 7 drüberkopiert. Meine PHP Version auf dem Server ist nun auf 7.2 umgestellt. An sich funktionieren die Seiten. Jetzt aber habe ich aber ein optisches Problem mit den Umlauten. Ein Tipper kann sich nicht einloggen weil sein Name ein Ü beinhaltet. Stelle ich aber von utf-8 auf ISO 8859-1 um, dann funktioniert es zwar aber dafür werden dann alle Umlaute im Rahmen von LMO falsch angezeigt - also genau spiegelverkehrt.

Domain: http://www.geofreaks.de/ball/lmo.php?fi ... on=results

lmo-standard-komplett.tpl.php
<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=utf-8">
Hier sind die Teamnamen falsch dargestellt aber das Wort Spielpläne korrekt!

Bild

lmo-standard-komplett.tpl.php
<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=ISO 8859-1">
Hier ist das Wort Spielpläne falsch dargestellt aber die Teamnamen sind korrekt!

Bild

Ich finde leider nicht den Fehler, der dies verursacht. Hat jemand eine Lösung für mich?

edit: Das ist aber nur bei der aktuell bestehenden Liga so. Lege ich eine neue an, sind auch die Umlaute in Ordnung.

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Re: LMO Problem seit dem 11.03.2019 wegen PHP?

Beitrag von Henshingly »

Alle Langdateien sind utf8 deine Ligadatei ist ISO 8859
Lade deine Liga runter öffne sie mit z.b. Notepad++
Anleitung hier z.B.
Ein Tipper kann sich nicht einloggen weil sein Name ein Ü beinhaltet. Stelle ich aber von utf-8 auf ISO 8859-1 um, dann funktioniert es
Lade dir die Login Datei mit den Anmeldedaten deiner Tipper runter und diese dann mit Notepad ++ in UTF-8 ändern

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