Re: [PHP-DEV] Bug #10502 Updated: parsing for HTTP_POST_VARS drops duplicates

2001-04-26 Thread Zak Greant

Cynic wrote:
 Urrgh, yes, 
 
 you're right. Sorry, up all night. None that I know of... 
 FWIW IIRC there was a feature request quite a long ago...

What about HTTP_RAW_POST_DATA - I have seen it bumping 
around the source[1], but know little about it.

Anyone? :)

[1] /php4/main/php_content_types.c

--zak


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Re: [PHP-DEV] Bug #10502 Updated: parsing for HTTP_POST_VARS drops duplicates

2001-04-26 Thread Cynic

Not me.

I've got hard time telling my PHP code from my butt right now. :)

At 08:29 26.4. 2001, Zak Greant wrote the following:
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Cynic wrote:
 Urrgh, yes, 
 
 you're right. Sorry, up all night. None that I know of... 
 FWIW IIRC there was a feature request quite a long ago...

What about HTTP_RAW_POST_DATA - I have seen it bumping 
around the source[1], but know little about it.

Anyone? :)

[1] /php4/main/php_content_types.c

--zak


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Re: [PHP-DEV] Bug #10502 Updated: parsing for HTTP_POST_VARS drops duplicates

2001-04-25 Thread Zak Greant

Cynic wrote:
[snip]
 this is by design.

 take a look at this (you'll have to edit it):

 function _QueryString()
 {
 $qsstr = '' ;
 $qsarr = array() ;
 $QS = strtr( $GLOBALS['HTTP_SERVER_VARS'][QUERY_STRING] ,
array( '[' = '' , ']' = '' ) ) ;

Won't this only work for GET requests... is there any way to get access to
the raw post data?

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Re: [PHP-DEV] Bug #10502 Updated: parsing for HTTP_POST_VARS drops duplicates

2001-04-25 Thread Cynic

Urrgh, yes, 

you're right. Sorry, up all night. None that I know of... 
FWIW IIRC there was a feature request quite a long ago...

At 08:02 26.4. 2001, Zak Greant wrote the following:
-- 
Cynic wrote:
[snip]
 this is by design.

 take a look at this (you'll have to edit it):

 function _QueryString()
 {
 $qsstr = '' ;
 $qsarr = array() ;
 $QS = strtr( $GLOBALS['HTTP_SERVER_VARS'][QUERY_STRING] ,
array( '[' = '' , ']' = '' ) ) ;

Won't this only work for GET requests... is there any way to get access to
the raw post data?

--zak


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