ID: 10372
User updated by: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Old Status: Closed
Status: Duplicate
Bug Type: Scripting Engine problem
Operating System: Apache 1.3.14 / Debian 2.2
PHP Version: 4.0.4
New Comment:

This bug continues, but further tracking has traced it to file() addslashing the 
template file.  The issue is the same as described in bug #11042 

Previous Comments:

[2001-05-16 00:59:09] [EMAIL PROTECTED]

no feedback, considered fixed.



[2001-04-18 02:56:37] [EMAIL PROTECTED]

IIRC there was some odd interaction between session_start() and include(). Try 
upgrading to pl1 or higher (RC5 or current snapshot) and see if it persists.


[2001-04-18 02:49:02] [EMAIL PROTECTED]

PHP will intermittently produce a page where all quotes 
are backslashed, such as:

<body bgcolor=\"000000\" text=\"ffffff\" link=\"ffffff\" 
  alink=\"c0c0c0\" leftmargin=\"0\" topmargin=\"0\" 

<table width=\"100%\" height=\"100%\" border=\"0\" 

This particular page is produced using a template system, 
so it has passed through file(), join, spliti, 
str_replace, and echo.

The original data (in the file) contained no backslashes 
and all magic quotes-related options are off (at least, 
according to phpinfo).  The phpinfo output is not affected 
by this.

This is a vhosting server and one site (not this one) has 
magic_quotes_gpc and magic_quotes_runtime enabled in their 
.htaccess file.


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