I see, and have confirmed, that this was a bug in 3.1.x and has been  
fixed in 3.2.0.


On Aug 25, 2008, at 11:34, Rob Lockstone wrote:

> I upgraded my blog server to WordPress 2.6.1 and Resin 3.1.6 and have
> run into a problem that I think might be a bug with quercus. I'll file
> a bug if it is, but just in case it's not ...
> The problem is when using a remote blogging program (in my case,
> MarsEdit) that uses the XML-RPC protocol. The client program is
> failing to interact with the server due to the following error:
> xmlrpc.php:19: Warning: php://input is an unsupported or unknown path
> for this protocol.
> XML-RPC server accepts POST requests only.
> I googled around and saw that this was a problem with PHP 5.2.2 when
> it was released, and the workaround was to add a line to the
> xmlrpc.php script to ensure that the HTTP_RAW_POST_DATA global was set
> correctly. Something along the lines of:
> $GLOBALS['HTTP_RAW_POST_DATA'] = file_get_contents("php://input");
> However, that was a year or so ago and the WordPress 2.6.1 xmlrpc.php
> file already has a check for this condition in it. And adding it
> doesn't fix the problem for Quercus anyway.
> The request being sent is a POST request (nothing changed in my client
> program). So it seems to be a misleading error message at best.
> So? Bug in Quercus? Or something else?
> Rob

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