Are PayPal 1.7.1 version was released

It was noticed that some blogs throw exception:

Parse error: syntax error, unexpected $end in <server path to your blog>\wp-content\plugins\are-paypal\are-paypal.php on line 819

this is probably due to php.ini setting short_open_tag is set to Off.

version 1.7.1 is fixed to contain only <?php tags so it will probably solve the problem. Let me know if the erro reappears.

14 thoughts on “Are PayPal 1.7.1 version was released

  1. qbap


    there is a bug in paypal subscribe option:

    Invalid regular period. You must specify the appropriate values of A3, P3 and T3 for the subscription.

    Buy access to post option works good.

  2. Aurimas Post author

    [input type=’hidden’ name=’a3′ value=’%ITEMPRICE%’/]
    [input type=’hidden’ name=’p3′ value=’%EXPIRATION%’/]
    [input type=’hidden’ name=’t3′ value=’%EXPIRATIONUNITS%’/]

    this is html peace from subscribtion button. All the values are entered by the admin. What do you meen by appropriate values?

  3. Aurimas Post author

    There is no any value checks on are-paypal side. Admin must set correct values. It can be paypal complains if you have expiration period out of range. For example it is not allowed to set expiration period 365 days. You have to set 1 year instead.

  4. qbap

    First I set the expiration period to 90 days (as in my old version 1.6.2), but that didn’t work so I changed it to 3 months. Unfortunately PayPal displayed the same message.

  5. ebud

    I just upgrade to the latest version and I am seeing this error on the PayPal Data page in the admin area.

    Fatal error: Call to undefined function: str_ireplace() in /homepages/16/d313822165/htdocs/wordpress/wp-content/plugins/are-paypal/are-paypal.php on line 455

  6. ebud

    Still looking to solve this… any ideas?
    Fatal error: Call to undefined function: str_ireplace() in /homepages/16/d313822165/htdocs/wordpress/wp-content/plugins/are-paypal/are-paypal.php on line 455

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