From:             [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Operating system: Solaris 2.5.1
PHP version:      4.0.4pl1
PHP Bug Type:     PHP options/info functions
Bug description:  Use of Zend Optimizer w/ CGI SAPI causes echo of #!php at script 

I have compiled and installed PHP 4.0.4pl1 without problems, and we run it as an 
external binary from our Web server (SAPI CGI).  

However, when I install the current Zend Optimizer and add the appropriate lines to 
the php.ini file:


it now spits out the first line of any script the server runs, i.e., for a script such 

echo "Hello, world.<BR>";

it will produce as HTML output:

Hello, world.

I have checked to make sure that it's only these lines in the php.ini file -- when 
they are removed, it works fine.

Please note that I had already seen bug #8898 (where this problem occurred for 
-anyone- using the SAPI CGI) and made the diff suggested by that author, which fixed 
the problem when I wasn't using the optimizer.  I suspect that use of the optimizer is 
sending the CGI SAPI down a different path to a similar bug but I haven't been able to 
track it down.

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