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PostPosted: Sat Mar 29, 2014 7:40 pm 
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Hello everyone,

I've decided to give Achievo a try and have installed the codebase from SVN on my own webserver. I setup a few dummy entries for testing and all works fine. As I will definitely need pre-paid blocks of time I added the "hourdeposit" module (also from SVN) and now receive the following error when I click on the "Projects" button on the left side navigation:

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Notice: Array to string conversion in /www/achievo/html/atk/atktools.inc on line 365 Fatal error: Cannot create references to/from string offsets nor overloaded objects in /www/achievo/html/atk/session/class.atksessionmanager.inc on line 238


If I disable the module in the config file, all returns to normal. I'm experiencing a similar problem with the "Achilles" module as well. I was able to find a few references to these problems but saw no solutions. These modules would be critical for my needs...

OS: Linux
Apache: 2.2.14
PHP: 5.5.10

Any ideas anyone? Thanks in advance!

-Ross


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Re: Problem with adding modules to new installation
PostPosted: Sat May 03, 2014 7:17 pm 
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Did you get anywhere? Achievo may not be compatible with php 5.5. Can you try testing with 5.3?

P.S. You may get more response posting to the Achievo development issues sub-forum).

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Re: Problem with adding modules to new installation
PostPosted: Sat May 03, 2014 11:25 pm 
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Thanks for your reply! It looks like you're the only one... Anyhow, I guess I didn't look hard enough as I missed the dev issues forum.

Well, Achievo does work well with php 5.5 (I made a few small tweaks for myself, but not much), many of the individual modules do not. And unfortunately since php 5.5 has been released for more than a year now, and there is such little activity with regards to this topic I fear that I will have no choice but to move on to another PM platform. Regardless of compatibility, its the community that drives the development, builds modules, etc..

PHP 5.3 simply isn't an option for me as I am running a production server with 5.5 requirements.

I'd love to begin development of my own platform as I have the experience, but I simply do not have the time right now.

Anyhow, Thanks for your reply!

-Ross


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Re: Problem with adding modules to new installation
PostPosted: Sun May 04, 2014 12:15 am 
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Hi rladd, thanks for posting. As a full-stack framework, atk (and by extension achievo) seem to be pretty unique and hit a sweet spot for many people, even though the project's commercial founding sponsor has moved on. The code repositories have been moved to GitHub http://www.github.com/atkphpframework, and iBuildings continues to sponsor the forum and websites. A core group of developers is also emerging, who are actively using and maintaining atk - instead of developing with some other framework.

After looking around and considering your options, you may find that starting with existing Achievo and atk framework codebase give you a significant leverage, by not having to develop the infrastructure yourself. It would be great to see you back...

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Re: Problem with adding modules to new installation
PostPosted: Thu Apr 02, 2015 8:12 pm 
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rladd wrote:
PHP 5.3 simply isn't an option for me as I am running a production server with 5.5 requirements.


uhm... debian stable is still on 5.4

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