Rick Pasotto wrote:
On Mon, Mar 15, 2010 at 01:32:24PM +1300, Dmitry Ruban wrote:
Rick Pasotto wrote:
I repeat: is there more than one way to run a php script from the cli?

On *nix, you can add "#!/usr/bin/php" as first line and make file
executable (chmod +x).

Functionally the same. php is still interpreting the script. The script
is still not an executable.

And, of course, the results are the same.

The problem is that php is *not* interpreting the script. It's acting
like 'cat'.

It sounds like you may use short tags "<?" and short_open_tag is off in your cli php.ini

What does it show:

php -r 'phpinfo();' | grep short


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