> I noticed something I haven't before: I'm generating a RPM for php-4.0.6
> which is what I'm installing, but using the .spec file from the 4.0.4
> which comes with RedHat. Well, in the configure it had
> --with-regex=system. I removed this option, recompiled, and the regex'es
> seem to be working fine now. The --with-regex=system comes by default in
> the RedHat RPM for PHP.

Ah. Glad the problem is solved. Otherwise it would be a *strange*
problem!


> Thank you.
> Rodolfo.
> 
> P.S.
> > $yesternews = date("Y-m-d", mktime(0,0,0,$regs[2],$regs[3]-1,$regs[1]));
> 
> Indeed. Cool, thanks :)

UR welcome.

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