> >> Which reminds me: If arg_separator is used like it was before my patch
> >> and you set it to e.g. ';' and then have a form which method
> >> is GET..well, it won't work. there would be one variable
> >> holding all the info.
> >
> >Urls that are the result of a submitted form are generated by the browser
> >and not php, and I don't know of a browser that will use anything other
> >'&' for that.
> Exactly. And that's why if you change the arg_separator to ";"
> those forms didn't work (before my patch).
> I actually didn't test it though so I'm not 100% sure.
> Could someone check it out with 4.0.4pl1?

You are right. The following php script:

  print "a=$a<br>b=$b<br>";
  <input type="text" name="a" value="1"><br>
  <input type="text" name="b" value="1"><br>
  <input type="submit">

with arg_separator set to ";" in php.ini produces


It is clear that documentation in php.ini is wrong, arg_separator is not
only used for generation but also for parsing of arguments (4.0.4pl1).


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