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Reconfigure php without "--enable-mbstr-enc-trans" and that will fix the
On Friday 08 November 2002 06:56 pm, andy wrote:
> I recently updated from 4.2.0 to 4.2.3 - since doing so values submitted
> to php from HTML forms using keys - value="foo[bar]" - get truncated in
> php - example: if I submit "[EMAIL PROTECTED]" it will come out as
> "eight13.com" with a print_r($_POST)
> I found these bug reports which say what appears to be the same bug has
> been "fixed in CVS":
> I'm wondering where to go from this point. I have a production server
> which I need this fixed on.
> Is my only choice to checkout the entire branch for the latest version
> 4.2.x? (I'm assuming its branched - I've not looked at any of this yet)
> Is there not a patch? Could I just checkout the applicable files?
> http://snaps.php.net/ wasn't avilable at the time of writing this -
> possibly it would have given me more information.
> Apache 1.3.20
> php from source as module
> Mandrake 8
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