Thanks for the response - I found the answer to Q1 - the problem of
formatting newlines - I was running the code outputting to browser - and
got lazy on some - just pasting the PHP manual examples code directly,
without bracketing with HTML tags such as <pre> ... etc. Of course that
won't produce the formatting I was expecting and as shown in the manual.
What confused me? - some example code includes the <pre> HTML tags and
produce formatted output! So, I feel really stupid about that one.
Perhaps there is a PHP manual update project in here somewhere to
normalize the examples code so they can be run to get the output as printed.
Q2 re the undefined function - fnmatch() - still needs an explanation. I
need to get PHP's fnmatch() function, Xdebug, and iMagick's readImage()
function working in the same setup.
Using Xammplite_Win_32_1.7.1, PHP ver 5.2.9 reports fnmatch() is not a
defined function and I haven't been able to get Xdebug functioning on
this setup. readImage() works just fine.
Using Xammp_Win_32_1.7.3, PHP ver 5.3.1 fnmatch() is defined and Xdebug
works 'out of the box' but Apache crashes when iMagick readImage() is
called. I think I should communicate this to the extension author. Will
post here if I get a result.
Thanks again, Peter.
Peter Lind wrote:
On 23 September 2010 21:47, YAD(YetAnotherDavid) <ani...@mail.com> wrote:
Question 1 : how to get the newline functioning ....? even print_r() output
is not 'newlined' as it should be. Also note the \n is missing between the "
" in the output text of the second test!
Are you outputting to browser or to command line? Browsers have a
habit of ignoring whitespaces, reducing them to one whitespace
character regardless of their type or how many.
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