in short: I had upgraded PHP from 4.0.1pl2 to 4.0.5.
and this is what happened:
The pages started breaking on
(YES, ON COMMENTS!)
If there's no '//' then it works ok, but when it encounters any
backslashes-commented line like here:
$special_folder = 'inc';
$DoNotQuit =True; if( !$config_inc_def )
$time_spent = time()+1-$w3;
$w3 = time();
The weird thing is that there a config file included before, and it HAS a
WHOLE BUNCH of '//' but the page goes well until the first '//' encountered.
AND, THE CODE IS BEING SHOWN ON THE PAGE!
to give you an idea:
echo "What the ";
// should print some
this works fine
prints 'What the hell'
but if modify test.php:
// should work too..
it prints: 'What the // should work too..'
ISN'T THAT WEIRD?
WHAT IS IT?
I cannot keep testing any further since we had out server down for the whole
20 mins and had to place back from the tapes old PHP4.0.1pl2.
IT WORKS ON 4.0.1pl2 AND CRASHES ON 4.0.5
PHP COMPILED AS:
--with-mysql --with-pgsql --with-apxs --enable-track-vars
WHAT WAS CHANGED:
php 4.0.5 is now also compiled --with-pgsql while the previous
LINUX Red Hat 6.1
Please help us with this.
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