ID: 11340
Updated by: andy
Old Status: Feedback
Status: Closed
Bug Type: XML related
Operating System: Debian GNU/Linux 2.2 (Potato)
PHP Version: 4.0.5
New Comment:

no feedback after 35+ days.

Previous Comments:

[2001-06-14 13:32:46] [EMAIL PROTECTED]

I can not reproduce this with PHP 4.0.6RC3.
Please try it:

(if the link doesn't seem to work, just pump up the x in RCx . ie RC3 -> RC4 ..etc.)  


[2001-06-07 16:38:42] [EMAIL PROTECTED]

for ($i;$i<1000;$i++) { $foo=utf8_encode('test' . $i);
$foo2=utf8_decode('test' . $i);
Gives random segfaults and various unwanted side effects (killing other variables, 
messing with functions etc etc). The segfaults happen randomly, you need to reload the 
page many times (20 to 30) to get it to crash.

More serious pages (with many variables etc) will crash much sooner.

Loaded modules: xml, ldap and pgsql. My brother had, by pure incident, also problems 
with xml today; he has a totally different setup (most stuff compiled in, only 
Interbase module loaded) but was able to reproduce the problem.

Problem also acknowledged with 4.0.3pl1.


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