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Possible 8.1.1 error "Call to undefined function user_lang()"

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I was just checking my error log and noticed that after I did my upgrade to 8.1.1 last night I have 12 errors that are all nearly the same.  They are either:

     Call to undefined function user_lang() in /sources/global2.php on line 690

or

     Call to undefined function user_lang() in sources/global2.php on line 690 @ http://www.bawiki.com/data/username_exists.php?username=admin&filtered=1

Any ideas if this is a code error or might be a settings issue?

Thanks

Dave
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I was just checking my error log and noticed that after I did my upgrade to 8.1.1 last night I have 12 errors that are all nearly the same.  They are either:

     Call to undefined function user_lang() in /sources/global2.php on line 690

or

     Call to undefined function user_lang() in sources/global2.php on line 690 @ http://www.bawiki.com/data/username_exists.php?username=admin&filtered=1

Any ideas if this is a code error or might be a settings issue?

Thanks

Dave
This issue has been filed on the tracker as issue #625, with a fix.


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