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Fatal error with 4.4.9.2 upgrade on PHP 7.4

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PHP 7.4 deprecates unparenthesised ternary operators so upgrading to the 4.4.9.2 update fails with the error message:

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[03-Jan-2020 07:52:50 UTC] PHP Deprecated:  Unparenthesized `a ? b : c ? d : e` is deprecated. Use either `(a ? b : c) ? d : e` or `a ? b : (c ? d : e)` in //www/community/applications/core/modules/setup/upgrade/license.php on line 98
[03-Jan-2020 07:52:50 UTC] PHP Stack trace:
[03-Jan-2020 07:52:50 UTC] PHP   1. {main}() //www/community/admin/upgrade/index.php:0
[03-Jan-2020 07:52:50 UTC] PHP   2. IPS\Dispatcher\Setup->run() //www/community/admin/upgrade/index.php:34
[03-Jan-2020 07:52:50 UTC] PHP   3. class_exists() /www/community/system/Dispatcher/Setup.php:209
[03-Jan-2020 07:52:50 UTC] PHP   4. spl_autoload_call() /www/community/system/Dispatcher/Setup.php:209
[03-Jan-2020 07:52:50 UTC] PHP   5. IPS\IPS::autoloader() /www/community/system/Dispatcher/Setup.php:209

This should be an easy fix, can one be provided ASAP?

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It should only throw a E_DEPRECATED error now, which can be suppressed in php.ini. Based on the path in your error stack I'm going to assume you have access to that.

error_reporting = E_COMPILE_ERROR|E_RECOVERABLE_ERROR|E_ERROR|E_CORE_ERROR

PHP will only die on errors after you change error_reporting to this.

 

The other option is to go back to PHP 7.3.

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