sniper,

would i have to recompile the bad boy to enabled
bundled regex?  

I installed a precompiled rpm for php 4.0.5, btw I
updated my system and problem still was not solved :(
because it is using system regex (presumably the
problem).

dave

--- Bug Database <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> ID: 11520
> Updated by: sniper
> Reported By: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
> Old-Status: Open
> Status: Closed
> Bug Type: *Regular Expressions
> Operating system: 
> PHP Version: 4.0.4pl1
> Assigned To: 
> Comments:
> 
> What does it say in all of those systems in the
> phpinfo()
> output for "Regex Library"?? Safest would be to use
> the bundled one in all of them. 
> 
> You should also update to PHP 4.0.5 as it has some
> fixes
> regarding regexps.
> 
> 
> 
> Previous Comments:
>
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> 
> [2001-06-17 11:30:45] [EMAIL PROTECTED]
> This script from www.4cm.com works on Win NT 4.0sp6a
> and Win 2k Server without any problem, but fails on
> two different Red Hat Linux 7.1 machines.  One 7.1
> machine is a Dell 166mhz with a 48mb of ram, the
> other is a Dell P3 600mhz with 384mb of ram. All
> machines are using php 4.0.4pl1. The red hat
> machines installed php at install time, server class
> installation, no mod_php installed (at least that's
> what rpm -qi mod_php said). Apache is compiled with
> mod_so.c
> 
> <?php
>
###############################################################
> # Script Title: 4CM_Grabber
> #         File: 4CM_Grabber.php
> #  Description: This script will Grab information
> from a given web site
> #       Author: John B. Abela
> #        Email: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
> #          Web: http://www.4cm.com/
> #      Version: 2.0.5
> #
> #  Copyright  1996-2000 www.4cm.com.  All Rights
> Reserved.
> #
> #
> #  www.4cm.com (4CM) offers no warranties on this
> script.
> #  The downloader of the script is solely
> responsible for any
> #  problems caused by the installation of the script
> or use
> #  of the script, including possible legal action
> for the grabbing
> #  of the data, as a result of this script!
> #
> #  ALL COPYRIGHT NOTICES REGARDING: www.4cm.com
> #  MUST REMAIN INTACT IN THE SCRIPT AND IN THE HTML
> OF THE SCRIPT!  
> #
> #  For more info on this script, see:
> #  http://www.4cm.com/
> #
> #  (Please be kind and sign our guestbook at:
> #     http://www.4cm.com/guestbook/  and say your
> using
> #       this script!!)
>
###############################################################
> 
> ########################
> ## Mandatory Setting  ##
> ########################
> 
> $GrabURL = "http://www.theregister.co.uk";;  //- 
> Complete URL Of The Page Your Grabbing From!
> $GrabStart = "<!-- </td></Tr> -->";  //- HTML Code
> To Start Grab. Must Be A Unique Bit Of Code!
> $GrabEnd = "<IMG SRC='/Themes/Normal/Sections.gif'
> ALT='Sections' BORDER='0' WIDTH='150' HEIGHT='15'>";
>  //- HTML Code To End Grab. Must Be A Unique Bit Of
> Code!
> 
> #############################
> ## Do Not Edit Below Here  ##
> ## Do Not Edit Below Here  ##
> #############################
> $OpenFile = fopen("$GrabURL", "r"); //- DO NOT
> CHANGE
> $RetrieveFile = fread($OpenFile, 200000);  //-
> Reduce This To Save Memory
> $GrabData = eregi("$GrabStart(.*)$GrabEnd",
> $RetrieveFile, $DataPrint);
> // $DataPrint[1] = str_replace("", "",
> $DataPrint[1]);   //- Un-Comment This Line for
> "Replace" purposes!
> // $DataPrint[1] = str_replace("", "",
> $DataPrint[1]);   //- Un-Comment This Line for
> "Replace" purposes!
> fclose($OpenFile); //- DO NOT CHANGE
> echo $DataPrint[1]; //- DO NOT CHANGE
> ####################
> ## End of Script  ##
> ####################
> ?>
> 
> If i change the $GrabData = eregi(... line to
> $GrabData = eregi("$GrabStart(.*)", ... basically
> taking out the $GrabEnd, the script works.  If i
> replace $GrabStart with $GrabEnd, the script works.
> 
> BUT, it will not work if I have both in the
> expression (on the Red Hat Linux 7.1 machines).
> 
> Why?
> 
>
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