PHP Syntax Error

After I have committed changes to a file, I attempt to do a GIT push through the command line. The push then fails saying that there was a PHP syntax failure. I have run the code through PHP syntax checkers and it comes back clean, but it cannot get by SourceTree for some reason. Does anyone know what might cause this or have experienced this?

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Hi Hugh! When you do a push we don't do any checks on the code so I'm not sure why are you getting that. Could you paste the error message here? 

Regards,

Ana

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