From:             [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Operating system: RedHat Linux
PHP version:      4.0.4pl1
PHP Bug Type:     Sockets related
Bug description:  read() called with 'length' parameter reads until byte with ascii 10 
or 13

read($sockfd, $in, $length); If I read an arbitrary byte stream from the socket and it 
happens to be ascii code (decimal) 10 or 13, the length parameter does not have any 
affect on the number of bytes read from the socket. It stops at the first occurence of 
the "magic" byte. To continue reading you have to call read again. It does not look 
like so in the manual for the read() function. However, bytes following ascii \0 and 
\t are succesfully read.
Is this is the feature or a bug?
PHP compiled --with-apxs --enable-sockets

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