ID: 9212
User Update by: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Status: Open
Bug Type: Feature/Change Request
Description: fpassthru ignoring output buffering

Actually, fpassthru seems to partial support the output buffering as placing it 
between ob_start / ob_end_clean generates no output. ob_get_contents() placed after 
the fpassthru correctly returns the output fpassthru would have generated. My concern 
here was that fpassthru seems to be generating a header (headers_sent() returns true) 
even though the rest of the output is being correctly buffered. Is the buffering 
happening by a happy accident?

Is there a list of functions that work (or don't work) with output buffering?

Previous Comments:

[2001-02-11 11:17:15] [EMAIL PROTECTED]
passtru doesn't use the output buffering functions. It's not meant to be, so changing 
to Feature request.


[2001-02-11 11:06:21] [EMAIL PROTECTED]
When fpassthru() is used within an ob_start / ob_end_clean block, a subsequent call to 
header() fails because headers have already been sent. The following script reproduces 
the problem:

    $fd = fopen(__FILE__, "r");
    header("X-Test: fpassthru already sent headers");

Ran as cgi (ie 'php head.php'), but the apache module exhibits the same problem. This 
problem may be similar to bug #8807

./configure --with-apxs=/usr/local/etc/httpd/bin/apxs --enable-versioning --with-mysql 

no php.ini is used


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