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Hi, my name's Robert Murphy and I use your "Historical Date" type for SemanticMediaWiki on my wiki ReformedWord. Everything runs fine, but when I recently ran SMW_refreshdata.php I saw a gazillion error messages regarding line 367 in the code (undefined variable). I got my copy of your code from the SemanticMediaWiki users' mailing list so maybe you've got a different line number... it looks like this:
if ($abbr == "OS" || $year <= 1582) {
Now I know very little PHP, but it looks to me like everywhere else you use the hash $this->year. Does this look like a change I/we ought to make to the code??!? --Aquatiki 18:11, 31 March 2008 (PDT)

You appear to be using an obsolete version of the file. In fact, I have long since refined my script so that code such as what you quoted no longer exists.

I'm going to send a private e-mail to you so that I can arrange to send you an updated version of the script.--TemlakosTalk 12:25, 1 April 2008 (PDT)