PHP 7 - Fatal error

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Hi,
i just want to let you know that PHP 7 requires a small modification in controller.php of the EasyImageGallery (1.3.1) block, in oder to avoid fatal errors:

packages/easy_image_gallery/blocks/easy_image_gallery/controller.php

public function registerViewAssets()

should be:
public function registerViewAssets($outputContent = '')


Best regards,
Michael

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delusioninabox replied on at Permalink Reply
delusioninabox
Thank you!!!! You're a lifesaver!
okapi replied on at Permalink Reply
okapi
You're welcome!
There are even more pitfalls with arguments of some functions in controller.php of some add-ons, when C5 is running on PHP7. Fortunately, the error messages are descriptive enough to let even non-programmers know what has to be changed.
trimmeri replied on at Permalink Reply
This is still an issue, not a big thing to correct to code.

I used two hours of my life finding out the problem, just before spending 20 bucks.

Please fix.
weyboat replied on at Permalink Reply
weyboat
I gave up on this addon for the above error that still gets generated several months after it was reported! (NOT FIXED)
I also noted that every time the gallery was edited, every image in the gallery was assigned a new file version!
For a site with in excess of 100 users each editing their own gallery with up to 150 images per gallery, the FileVersions table in the database would soon bloat the database..

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