ID: 11562
Updated by: sniper
Status: Feedback
Bug Type: Reproducible crash
Operating system: 
PHP Version: 4.0.5
Assigned To: 

User feedback (next time, use the web interface to answer):
YES.. when i correct the syntax error, it doesn't crash. Also when i remove 
the foreach, or when i remove the 2nd include, or when i remove the "a" 
from echo, or when i make a different syntax error, it doesn't crash. It 
only happens in this particular case. really weird. but i guess it's not so 
important, since it doesn't happen on Linux or any other OS, only windows. 
btw.. I use windows 98 with apache.

Did you try the snapshot??


Previous Comments:

[2001-06-21 14:30:10] [EMAIL PROTECTED]
The correct url is of course:


[2001-06-20 09:50:20] [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Another question: I assume it does NOT crash if you don't have errors in your scripts?


[2001-06-20 02:32:26] [EMAIL PROTECTED]
I tried this on Linux with PHP 4.0.7dev as CGI executable and Apache static module, it 
just gives me a parse error.
Can you possibly try one of the snapshots from and see 
if the problem does still exists?


[2001-06-19 11:13:48] [EMAIL PROTECTED]
create 3 files


foreach($a as $b){


now run test.php.. PHP crashes. There's a little syntax error in test1.php: echo"a"); 
should be echo("a");


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