This is on a Ubuntu 9.04 box. I did not try to open the file but just listing out the directory gives the size and it is 0. If I try to cat out the contents, there is
nothing (I guess that does an open on it)


Ralph Deffke wrote:
it would be interesting on what os u are working as well. did u try to open
the file?
on windows often a file is reported as 0 bytes as of failing the refresh in

"Andres Gonzalez" <> wrote in message
I have read in the contents of a file using file_get_contents. I can
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
is created in /tmp, but the length is 0.

Why are not the contents written to the file?


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