Hello shire,

Wednesday, March 11, 2009, 11:55:00 PM, you wrote:

> Marcus Boerger wrote:
>> Hello Brian,
>>    thanks for looking into this. The patch looks pretty good for the most
>> part. But you effectively create a BC issue here becuase you no longer
>> allow \0 inside a php file or string. You might want to test whether
>> a length check in your NULL rules fixes that. That check would either
>> return the \0 if inside the code or return 0 if in the lookahead block.

> Thanks Marcus,

> Sorry I probably should have worked through that more.  I'll try that
> and see if I can work around this correctly this evening, perhaps another
> possibility is that I could handle the null chars in places where they
> are valid such as within strings.  (Are there any other constructs that
> could contain these that I might be missing?)

I think it is only correct outside php scope and inside strings, and here-
as well as now-docs.


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