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Bug #11214 Strange functionality of opendir/closedir functions?
Submitted: 2001-05-31 09:58 UTC Modified: 2002-07-29 09:16 UTC
From: rac at whitestein dot com Assigned:
Status: Closed Package: Directory function related
PHP Version: 4.3.0-dev OS: WIN NT4.0
Private report: No CVE-ID: None
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 [2001-05-31 09:58 UTC] rac at whitestein dot com
$dh = opendir( "xxx" );
while( ($file = readdir( $dh )) !== false )
{
  // code
}
closedir( $dh );
rmdir( "xxx" );

---------------
Produces permission denied on WIN NT4.0. Sorry, I did not have time to check it out in new release of PHP (I'm using 4.0.3pl1) or under LINUX.
The workaround I foud out to be working was this (looks like a problem of internal management of handles???):
---------------

$dh = opendir( "xxx" );
while( ($file = readdir( $dh )) !== false )
{
  // code
}
closedir( $dh );
unset( $dh );
rmdir( "xxx" );

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 [2001-05-31 10:00 UTC] rac at whitestein dot com
$dh = opendir( "xxx" );
while( ($file = readdir( $dh )) !== false )
{
  // code
}
closedir( $dh );
rmdir( "xxx" );

---------------
Produces permission denied on WIN NT4.0. The command which actually ends up with permission denied is the rmdir() which should delete the directory.
Sorry, I did not have time to check it out in new release of PHP (I'm using 4.0.3pl1) or under LINUX.
The workaround I foud out to be working was this (looks like a problem of internal management of handles???):
---------------

$dh = opendir( "xxx" );
while( ($file = readdir( $dh )) !== false )
{
  // code
}
closedir( $dh );
unset( $dh );
rmdir( "xxx" );


 [2001-05-31 10:01 UTC] rac at whitestein dot com
$dh = opendir( "xxx" );
while( ($file = readdir( $dh )) !== false )
{
  // code
}
closedir( $dh );
rmdir( "xxx" );

---------------
Produces permission denied on WIN NT4.0. The command which actually ends up with permission denied is the rmdir() which should delete the directory.
Sorry, I did not have time to check it out in new release of PHP (I'm using 4.0.3pl1) or under LINUX.
The workaround I foud out to be working was this (looks like a problem of internal management of handles???):
---------------

$dh = opendir( "xxx" );
while( ($file = readdir( $dh )) !== false )
{
  // code
}
closedir( $dh );
unset( $dh );
rmdir( "xxx" );


 [2002-07-03 06:39 UTC] sfox@php.net
This appears to be a rewinddir() problem afflicting ntfs only (still current in 4.3.0 dev).  Looking into it.
 [2002-07-29 09:16 UTC] sfox@php.net
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