ID: 9138
Updated by: sniper
Old-Status: Open
Status: Feedback
Bug Type: Apache related
Assigned To: 

Does this happen with latest CVS snapshot from ?


Previous Comments:

[2001-02-06 19:08:11] [EMAIL PROTECTED]

        setlocale ("LC_TIME", "es");


When PHP is compiled as an Apache module, and an individual script changes the locale 
via setlocale, PHP never resets it, and the Apache child continues to run in the new 
locale.  The problem with this is the log file gets printed in a new locale, and any 
new requests coming into that individual Apache child use the same setlocale as the 
original request.  This causes problems with other PHP based scripts, as well as 
analyzing programs trying to determine the numerous locales printed in the log file. 
(ie: Jan can be ene, Jan, etc..)  Please have setlocale replaced to what it was before 
the PHP script ran, as well as any other variables that can be thought to do this when 
this is brought to your attention.  Thanks!


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