Unable to activate alidswoo from wp-cli

Flintstone

New Member
I use a wp-cli script for creating my staging instance. This is because you don't allow alidswoo to work on https://staging.mydomain.com so I need to disable alidswoo along with my pixel etc. whenever I am working on my staging site.

This is frustrating because I never know whether my site will work properly when I copy it back from staging... I will log a separate issue about that.

Anyhow, I am able to deactivate alidswoo easily from wp-cli:

Code:
wp plugin deactivate alidswoo

I have never had a problem reactivating a plugin from wp-cli but then when I try to reactivate alidswoo it throws:

Code:
Fatal error: Cannot redeclare woocommerce_variable_add_to_cart() in  on line 0

I would fix this myself but can't because you are using Zend Guard.
 
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Flintstone

New Member
Hello! Could you please provide me your Wp credentials to reproduce that issue and check it?
wp-cli runs from the command line and it isn't really feasible for me to give you root SSH access to my host.

The STR are pretty simple though:

1. Install Wordpress and alidswoo.
2. SSH into your hosting folder containing your Wordpress installation.
3. Most established hosts install wp-cli by default but you can check whether wp-cli is installed by typing
Code:
    wp --info.
.
4. If wp-cli is not installed follow this process
Code:
    curl -O https://raw.githubusercontent.com/wp-cli/builds/gh-pages/phar/wp-cli.phar
    sudo mv wp-cli.phar wp
    chmod +x wp
5. Now use wp-cli to deactivate alidswoo
Code:
    wp plugin deactivate alidswoo
6. Try to reactivate it
Code:
    wp plugin activate alidswoo

The following error will be thrown:

Code:
    Fatal error: Cannot redeclare woocommerce_variable_add_to_cart() in  on line 0
 
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