Ah, well, it segfaults because parent:: wasn't all that good until 4.0.7,
with classes that are defined in runtime (like class D in the example,
which is only defined at runtime, because C it inherits from is not defined
until later on in the file).
4.0.7 should fix this problem, even though the code is still buggy, but I
guess that's only the example.
At 06:48 12/7/2001, Andrew Sitnikov wrote:
>This code "Segmentation" for me also (php 4.0.5 linux).
>zeev> The code snippet you supplied doesn't work - it dies with
>zeev> <b>Fatal error</b>: Call to undefined function: zoom() in
><b>test.php</b> on line <b>9</b><br>
>zeev> test.php(9) : Fatal error - Call to undefined function: zoom()
>zeev> At any rate - the backtrace appears to suggest you have some endless
>recursive call. This is most probably the problem.
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