ID: 12323
Updated by: andy
Old Summary: "//" comment tag does not work
Status: Open
Bug Type: Output Control
Operating System: Mac OS X
PHP Version: 4.0.6
New Comment:

unable to reproduce on RH Linux 7.

This sounds very bogus.

Previous Comments:

[2001-07-23 18:35:15] [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Okay it would happen on more than one liners.

basically if you have a ?> on the same line as the // comment it will do this.

I know there is some other bugs on this same problem, but I don't have the numbers 



[2001-07-23 18:31:24] [EMAIL PROTECTED]

The only situation I can think of where this would happen is

<?php // print "stuff"; ?>

i.e. one liners

If this is your case this is expected behavior IIRC.  Otherwsie submit a small script 
that reproduces the problem.



[2001-07-23 17:19:38] [EMAIL PROTECTED]

When I use the "//" as the comment, the text behind the tag 
is displayed out to the user.  I can replace it with a "/*" 
and put a "*/" at the end to make it work.  But I was 
hoping I had missed some compile option or something that 
is causing this to not work.

To make the installs on my G3 PowerMac Laptop, I have used 
the instructions found at:

Any suggestions are welcome.



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