ID: 9505
Updated by: andi
Old-Status: Open
Status: Closed
Bug Type: Reproduceable crash
PHP Version: 4.0.4pl1
Assigned To: 

I see no reason why this would cause a crash. Why shouldn't I be able to do some 
pointer arithmetic in the beginning? There is no de-referencing of pointers so your 
machine shouldn't care. In any case, please try the latest CVS. I commited your 
request for change because it doesn't make a difference. Let me know if it works for 

Previous Comments:

[2001-03-09 12:42:22] [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Just wondering what the status of this is...


[2001-02-28 19:14:57] [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Got the PHP to compile and build, now I am doing some simple tests.  On initial 
invocation to PHP, I get the following exception:

Message . . . . :   Pointer not set for location referenced.           
Cause . . . . . :   A pointer was used, either directly or as a basing pointer, that 
has not been set to an address.                        
The exception was in c file zend_alloc.c, routine _erealloc().  The problem code is 
the first  line:

ZEND_API void *_erealloc(void *ptr, size_t size, int allow_failure ZEND_FILE_LINE_DC 
      zend_mem_header *p = (zend_mem_header *) ((char 
        zend_mem_header *orig = p;

        if (!ptr) {
                return _emalloc(size ZEND_FILE_LINE_RELAY_CC 

The first line is referencing the pointer without checking if it is NULL.  I moved the 
first 2 lines after the if-check and it cleared up the problem.


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