At 15:04 21/2/2001, André Langhorst wrote:
>>That's what I recalled too. I don't think that this can work today, so
>>if this check got lost along the way, it should probably be restored.
>hehe, the PHP Mime type check is still there, but why do we shut down all
>what did it intentionally fix? I still do not get it...
Once the request ends, output buffers are supposed to be terminated. The
code is there to ensure that if the request ended properly, output buffers
are flushed before the link disconnects. php_request_shutdown() is called
once the link is already closed, so if we flush the buffers only then,
nobody will ever see the output...
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