ID: 11511
Updated by: zeev
Old Status: Open
Status: Closed
Bug Type: Scripting Engine problem
Operating System: IRIX 6.5.11
PHP Version: 4.0.5
New Comment:

The inline issue has been fixed in the CVS.

Previous Comments:

[2001-06-18 14:38:40] [EMAIL PROTECTED]

On the SGI it is defined as __inline with the compilers (the latest).  Just 
to get it up and running I edited the php_config.h to define it as empty.


[2001-06-16 12:34:52] [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Can you please check what is in your main/php_config.h
for inline ? it should be defined as empty.


[2001-06-16 12:02:26] [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Reclassified as this is problem with Zend engine.


[2001-06-15 20:59:22] [EMAIL PROTECTED]

In the file Zend/zend_API.c _array_init and some other functions are declared as 
inline.  Within the zend_API.h file some of the inlines are sort of "aliased" away 
making them non-inlined functions.

#define array_init(arg)                 _array_init((arg) ZEND_FILE_LINE_CC)
#define object_init(arg)                _object_init((arg) ZEND_FILE_LINE_CC)
#define object_init_ex(arg, ce) _object_init_ex((arg), (ce) ZEND_FILE_LINE_CC)
ZEND_API int _array_init(zval *arg ZEND_FILE_LINE_DC);
ZEND_API int _object_init(zval *arg ZEND_FILE_LINE_DC);
ZEND_API int _object_init_ex(zval *arg, zend_class_entry *ce ZEND_FILE_LINE_DC);

Since these functions are declared inline in the zend_API.c file no global symbol is
made.  These functions should be either be put in the header file or not declared as 
inlined.  As a result, on IRIX, php is created missing these global symbols.

I do not have a complete list of symbols as of yet.  Please feel free to contact me 
for more information.


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