[PHP-DEV] PHP 4.0 Bug #8839 Updated: Blowfish encryption not correct

2001-01-23 Thread cmv
ID: 8839 Updated by: cmv Reported By: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Status: Assigned Bug Type: mcrypt related Assigned To: derick Comments: Just got notice that libmcrypt 2.4.9-beta has been released, and in this version they have swapped the meaning of "blowfish" and "blowfish-compat"

[PHP-DEV] PHP 4.0 Bug #9082 Updated: getpeername() causes seg fault

2001-02-02 Thread cmv
ID: 9082 Updated by: cmv Reported By: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Old-Status: Feedback Status: Closed Bug Type: Sockets related Assigned To: cmv Comments: Fixed in CVS ... thanks mathieu. Previous Comments: --- [2001-02-02 15:26:38

[PHP-DEV] PHP 4.0 Bug #9789 Updated: Running mcrypt functions causes segmentation faults

2001-04-10 Thread cmv
ID: 9789 Updated by: cmv Reported By: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Old-Status: Open Status: Closed Bug Type: mcrypt related Assigned To: cmv Comments: Can you retest with the latest CVS? This seems to have been fixed (i.e. I can't reproduce it). If not, re-open this bug report. - Colin Previous

[PHP-DEV] PHP 4.0 Bug #9586 Updated: encrypt(decrypt($value)) != $value

2001-04-10 Thread cmv
ID: 9586 Updated by: cmv Reported By: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Old-Status: Open Status: Closed Bug Type: mcrypt related Assigned To: cmv Comments: Please retest with the latest CVS, and re-open this report if you are still finding problems. - Colin Previous Comments

[PHP-DEV] PHP 4.0 Bug #7790 Updated: can't start apache after compiling with --with-mcrypt

2001-04-10 Thread cmv
ID: 7790 Updated by: cmv Reported By: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Old-Status: Open Status: Closed Bug Type: mcrypt related Assigned To: cmv Comments: 1) You don't need the --disable-posix-threads switch for libmcrypt 2.4.x anymore. 2) Can you retry with the latest PHP CVS? Re-open this bug report

[PHP-DEV] PHP 4.0 Bug #9801 Updated: mcrypt_encrypt dumps core

2001-04-10 Thread cmv
ID: 9801 Updated by: cmv Reported By: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Status: Open Bug Type: mcrypt related Assigned To: derick Comments: This happens for me too with today's CVS and the latest CVS of mcrypt. Backtrace says: #0 0x402c89bc in chunk_free (ar_ptr=0x40369680, p=0x81f7f00) at malloc.c:3152

[PHP-DEV] PHP 4.0 Bug #9801 Updated: mcrypt_encrypt dumps core

2001-04-10 Thread cmv
ID: 9801 Updated by: cmv Reported By: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Status: Open Bug Type: mcrypt related Assigned To: Comments: Actually, the script only seems to dump core if I do: echo bin2hex($output); after the encryption. Just a simple: echo $output; seems to work just fine (i.e

[PHP-DEV] Bug #10461 Updated: error compiling (in php_ini.c)

2001-04-23 Thread cmv
ID: 10461 Updated by: cmv Reported By: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Old-Status: Open Status: Closed Bug Type: Compile Failure PHP Version: 4.0 Latest CVS (23/04/2001) Assigned To: cmv Comments: Duh ... needed to do a CVS update in my Zend directory (don't know why CVS wasn't doing it recursively anyway

[PHP-DEV] Bug #10464 Updated: PHP_AUTH_PW is not set altough PHP_AUTH_USER is

2001-04-23 Thread cmv
ID: 10464 Updated by: cmv Reported By: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Status: Open Bug Type: Apache related PHP Version: 4.0.4pl1 Assigned To: Comments: Sound like you don't have register_globals turned on in your php.ini. - Colin Previous Comments

[PHP-DEV] Bug #9297 Updated: sprintf (%f, $foo) crashes with very large $foo.

2001-04-30 Thread cmv
ID: 9297 Updated by: cmv Reported By: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Status: Feedback Bug Type: Strings related PHP Version: 4.0.4pl1 Assigned To: Comments: Works fine for me (RH7 and latest CVS): [cmv@sunniva cmv]$ echo '? $foo = 2.2864849511949E+190; settype($foo,double); printf(%fn, $foo) ?' | php

[PHP-DEV] Bug #10584 Updated: flush() in functions - behaviour wrong?

2001-05-01 Thread cmv
ID: 10584 Updated by: cmv Reported By: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Status: Open Bug Type: Scripting Engine problem PHP Version: 4.0.5 Assigned To: Comments: Well, I would say it's counter-intuitive perhaps, but not wrong. :) Think of it like a math expression, with parenthesis defining precedence

[PHP-DEV] Bug #10648 Updated: Parse error

2001-05-03 Thread cmv
ID: 10648 Updated by: cmv Reported By: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Old-Status: Bogus Status: Closed Bug Type: *Web Server problem PHP Version: 4.0.5 Assigned To: cmv Comments: a) Nice email address. b) The parse error has been fixed in CVS, and just takes a while to propogate to the mirror sites. My

[PHP-DEV] Bug #10861 Updated: Array bug w/MySQL

2001-05-14 Thread cmv
ID: 10861 Updated by: cmv Reported By: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Status: Bogus Bug Type: Arrays related Operating system: PHP Version: 4.0.5 Assigned To: Comments: You can't print an array in PHP. You either need to loop through the array and print each element, or use something like print_r

[PHP-DEV] Bug #11555 Updated: date() format addition

2001-06-20 Thread cmv
ID: 11555 Updated by: cmv Reported By: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Status: Open Bug Type: Feature/Change Request Operating system: PHP Version: 4.0.5 Assigned To: cmv Comments: Trouble is (I suppose), some week-of-year functions consider Monday the first day of the week, and some consider Sunday. I

[PHP-DEV] Bug #11555 Updated: date() format addition

2001-06-20 Thread cmv
ID: 11555 Updated by: cmv Reported By: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Old-Status: Open Status: Closed Bug Type: Feature/Change Request Operating system: PHP Version: 4.0.5 Assigned To: cmv Comments: date('W') has been added to CVS. It returns the ISO 8601 week number (0-53). Basically, Monday

[PHP-DEV] Bug #11698 Updated: Memory leak

2001-06-27 Thread cmv
ID: 11698 Updated by: cmv Reported By: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Status: Open Bug Type: Apache related Operating system: PHP Version: 4.0.6 Assigned To: Comments: Undoubtedly this is the domxml extension. The *nix side leaks memory pretty badly as well, IIRC. Previous Comments

[PHP-DEV] Bug #11878 Updated: __DATE__ /__TIME__ constants

2001-07-04 Thread cmv
ID: 11878 Updated by: cmv Reported By: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Status: Open Bug Type: Feature/Change Request Operating system: PHP Version: 4.0.6 Assigned To: Comments: What's wrong with using filemtime(__FILE__) ? You can also use fileatime() and filectime(). Previous Comments

[PHP-DEV] Bug #11898 Updated: libmcrypt

2001-07-04 Thread cmv
ID: 11898 Updated by: cmv Reported By: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Status: Open Bug Type: Apache related Operating system: PHP Version: 4.0.6 Assigned To: Comments: I seem to recall that the later versions of PHP don't support 2.2.x libmcrypt anymore. Libmcrypt is up to 2.4.15 now anyway

[PHP-DEV] Bug #11897 Updated: Curl

2001-07-04 Thread cmv
ID: 11897 Updated by: cmv Reported By: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Status: Open Bug Type: Apache related Operating system: PHP Version: 4.0.6 Assigned To: Comments: This is the same problem you had with libmcrypt ... Sounds to me like you haven't run 'ldconfig' after installing mcrypt/curl

[PHP-DEV] Bug #12188 Updated: Object with Sessiona

2001-07-16 Thread cmv
ID: 12188 Updated by: cmv Reported By: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Status: Feedback Bug Type: Unknown/Other Function Operating System: PHP Version: 4.0.6 New Comment: This works perfectly for me. If I keep reloading that page I get: a Object ( [a] = 1 ) a Object ( [a] = 2 ) a Object ( [a] = 3

[PHP-DEV] Bug #14521: XMLRPC extension: wrong results?

2001-12-14 Thread cmv
From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Operating system: Debian Linux 2.4.6-pre6 PHP version: 4.1.0 PHP Bug Type: *XML functions Bug description: XMLRPC extension: wrong results? [This is a copy of email sent to xmlrpc-epi mailing list, which hasn't been answered yet.] First off, I'm

[PHP-DEV] Bug #14527: FAQ problems

2001-12-14 Thread cmv
From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Operating system: PHP version: 4.1.0 PHP Bug Type: Documentation problem Bug description: FAQ problems At http://www.php.net/manual/en/faq.html.php 1) The opening paragraph is grammatically weird. Instead of: PHP and HTML interact a lot: PHP

[PHP-DEV] Bug #14521 Updated: XMLRPC extension: wrong results?

2001-12-18 Thread cmv
ID: 14521 Updated by: cmv Reported By: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Status: Bogus Bug Type: XMLRPC-EPI related Operating System: Debian Linux 2.4.6-pre6 PHP Version: 4.1.0 New Comment: I should have explained it better, I think ... In my example, if I pass it: $data = array('bob','kim'); I get

[PHP-DEV] Bug #14629: request link_target()

2001-12-20 Thread cmv
From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Operating system: debian PHP version: 4.1.0 PHP Bug Type: Feature/Change Request Bug description: request link_target() As a sister function to is_link($f), link_target($f) would return the target of the link $f, NULL if it's a dead link, or false if

[PHP-DEV] Bug #14884 Updated: DOM XML hangs while trying to execute a lot of XPath expressions

2002-01-08 Thread cmv
ID: 14884 Updated by: cmv Reported By: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Old Status: Open Status: Closed Bug Type: DOM XML related Operating System: Windows 2000 PHP Version: 4.0.6 Old Assigned To: Assigned To: cmv New Comment: This works fine in 4.1.1 under Linux. I know there were several bug fixes