ID: 12324
Updated by: andy
Old Status: Bogus
Status: Open
Bug Type: *Configuration Issues
Operating System: linux
PHP Version: 4.0.6
New Comment:

i have gotten emails from people saying that they have reproduced
this error.  Can anybody from PHP verify this?  I have not been
able to reproduce this error (using the script in my last post.)

Previous Comments:

[2001-07-24 09:20:39] [EMAIL PROTECTED]

you have your params mixed up.  replace arg_separator.output
with arg_separator.input and things will work.  I modified
your script below.  This one works as you wanted it to.


ini_set("arg_separator.input", ";");
define("a", ini_get("arg_separator.input"));

$total = count($HTTP_GET_VARS);
echo "Displaying GET variables";
while(list($key, $val) = each($HTTP_GET_VARS)) {
echo "<br />Key: '$key'   Value '$val'";

echo "<hr>";
echo "<A HREF=\"$PHP_SELF?i=am".a."do=one\">Click to
activate test</a>";
echo "<hr>";



[2001-07-23 20:22:46] [EMAIL PROTECTED]

I've tested this problem on both php4.0.5 and 4.0.6, and it has also reproduced on 
other machines. I will not however, that this problem does not seem to occur on 
windows/apache machines.

the problem is that get vars using an arg_separator.output other than '&' will be 
ignored when attempting to parse HTTP_GET_VARS.

there is an example avaliable at
the source is visible at

a side note - it would seem that the transparent session info appended to a url by php 
will also not follow a new 'arg_separator.output' value.. for example - if i set the 
arg_separator.output to ';'..  my PHPSESSID will still be appended to the url with a 



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