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在 2012-1-25,15:49,Dmitry Stogov <> 写道:

> On 01/25/2012 11:36 AM, Rasmus Lerdorf wrote:
>> Still a known crash bug though. This is what our RCs are supposed to
>> catch, right?
> This is not a single way to crash PHP with especially prepared code.
> Some of these ways are never going to be fixed.
> For me it doesn't mater if this patch will be committed before or after 
> release. Anyway, the patch may have effect only on very specific PHP code and 
> shouldn't make any harm.
Indeed, I think we should been careful with *big* patch which might
introduce new issues when in code freeze phase.

Considering this little fix, it is no harm to  commit to RC. :)

Anyway it also okey for me to commit after release, since this is
really a trivial bug and there are already  one patche for me need to
be remembered ci after 5.4.0 released. :)


> Thanks. Dmitry.
>> On 01/24/2012 11:34 PM, Dmitry Stogov wrote:
>>> Hi Stas,
>>> Not a big problem, just yet another way to crash PHP locally with tricky
>>> code. It may be committed after release as well.
>>> Thanks. Dmitry.
>>> On 01/25/2012 11:29 AM, Stas Malyshev wrote:
>>>> Hi!
>>>>> Now it looks fine.
>>>>> I think it should be committed into 5.4 as well.
>>>>> Stas?
>>>> That would probably require new RC, i.e. release will have to be pushed
>>>> back. How serious is the problem we're talking about?

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