I posted about a problem I was having with PHP on Friday; I thought it was
something to do with the Zend engine, but now I'm not so sure.
The bug appears to be something overwriting memory it shouldn't; I'm getting
symptoms such as strings turning into ZZZZ's, string keys in hashes turning
into "invalid offsets" etc. etc.
I can't boil it down to an exact reproducing script, but I can narrow down
the date range a little. It's been hard work with CVS down and I didn't
think of getting a snap until a couple of hours ago.
The problem seems to have been introduced after snap php4-200106111635 but
before CVS as of Fri 15th June.
To help pin it down, I am using mbstring, pcre and mysql in the problem
pages. I'm sorry but I don't have the time to get more specific than that -
the problem has so far cost me too much time (but I'm not complaining).
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