On Mon, Sep 14, 2009 at 4:19 PM, Andres Gonzalez <and...@packetstorm.com>wrote:

> I have read in the contents of a file using file_get_contents. I can verify
> that the data has actually been read in by echoing its contents.
> But then if I do this:
> $ret = file_put_contents("/tmp/bla", $bk);
> The return value gives the correct size of string $bk, and the file
> /tmp/bla
> is created in /tmp, but the length is 0.
> Why are not the contents written to the file?

Hmmm. Hard to say.

This works for me:

        $contents = 'Testing contents';
        var_dump(file_put_contents(APPLICATION_PATH . '/../data/test.txt',

Outputs: Int 16 and creates the file test.txt, and writes 'Testing contents'
to the file.

> -Andres
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