ID: 10631
Updated by: andi
Old-Status: Open
Status: Closed
Bug Type: Scripting Engine problem
PHP Version: 4.0.4pl1
Assigned To: 

Should be fixed in 4.0.6.
Please open a new bug report if the problem persists with 4.0.6

Previous Comments:

[2001-05-03 07:02:55] [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Thanks, but unfortunately I can't test it myself as my servers have no C compilation 
facilities (for security purposes, etc.), so I'll have to wait.

Once 4.0.6 is out, though, if it doesn't solve this problem, I'll post back to this 
bug report.


[2001-05-03 06:26:59] [EMAIL PROTECTED]
This is likely fixed in the CVS now. PHP 4.0.6 will have it. Can you please try the 
latest CVS of PHP (and Zend) to test if it works now?


[2001-05-03 06:21:10] [EMAIL PROTECTED]
When a file is saved using Macintosh-style line breaks 
('r') and there is some kind of error in the script (maybe 
a parse error, etc.) then the line number that is reported 
is always line 1.

It's a fairly minor thing, but annoying nonetheless. A 
workaround, obviously, is to make sure you save your 
scripts with Unix line-breaks ('n').

This sounds like it's related to (and may have been fixed 
along with) bug #10578. However, in my experience it has 
been in existence since PHP 4 was first released and 
possibly even in PHP3. Maybe I should have reported it 
sooner... :)


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