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Since you didn't provide code, I can only guess that you have classes using the now reserved keyword
If you simply replace all instances of
clone1 or something, you'll be fine, albeit a very hacky solution. It's a key indicator that whatever library it is you're using was written specifically for PHP4 and has not been upgraded for 5.
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