It looks like you're new here. If you want to get involved, click one of these buttons!
I'm new to Vanilla forums software and I wanted to give it a try so I downloaded the latest 2.3.1 version and got it up and running. No issues. I also uploaded a theme and that worked like a charm.
I then proceeded to install jsconnect. Seamless transition between my app and forums is important. I ran into multiple issue.
First I got a "PHP Fatal error: " red bar in the plugin section when I try to enable the plugin. No error message on the UI. Network shows HTTP 500. I looked into the logs and saw this.
PHP Parse error: syntax error, unexpected '*', expecting ',' or ';' in /home/admin/vanilla-core-2-3-1/plugins/jsconnect/class.jsconnect.plugin.php on line 29
That line is
const NONCE_EXPIRATION = 5 * 60; which really doesn't make sense. As the same code works on a windows environment PHP 7. I'm on Ubuntu 14.04 PHP above 5.6 in production though. So I changed that to
const NONCE_EXPIRATION = 300; I was able to enable the plugin.
When I try to go to the settings I see this exception in the logs. In the UI I see a white page. But in the logs I see -
Call to undefined function helpAsset() in /home/admin/vanilla-core-2-3-1/plugins/jsconnect/views/settings.php on line 8,
I'm not very familiar with the framework but it seems like the plugin code above assumes the helpAsset() would be available during run time in some vanilla core libraries so it makse that call? Prior version would simply use echo to print those text out.
Anyone else running into this issue and know of a workaround? I can also post the full debug log for windows tomorrow for some reason setting
$Configuration['Debug'] = TRUE; on vanilla-core-2-3-1/conf/config.php does nothing.