I am using activecalendar with success since 4 years but since the migration from PHP4 to PHP5 by my web hosting Cie. the php code of activecalendar generates lots of Warning: mktime() expects parameter 6 to be long, string given in etc.....with the latest line of the php file
"else return mktime($hr,$min,$sec,$month,$day,$year);"
As of PHP 5 the error reporting constant E_STRICT is available and active.
But the warning messages were not shown on the output when using PHP4.
What can best be done to correct the code line
else return mktime($hr,$min,$sec,$month,$day,$year); for no warning messages
Chris - 2012-01-25 19:21:45 - In reply to message 1 from wallef
I am also using this class but it appears to now be unsupported.
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