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Bug #13090 function is unable to find files via absolute path.
Submitted: 2001-09-01 11:05 UTC Modified: 2001-09-01 12:05 UTC
From: m dot kumar at gmx dot at Assigned:
Status: Not a bug Package: GetImageSize related
PHP Version: 4.0.6 OS: win2k
Private report: No CVE-ID: None
 [2001-09-01 11:05 UTC] m dot kumar at gmx dot at
config: php 4.0.6 win32 binary dist, apache 1.3.20.

while calling getimagesize on a file with relative path or via URL works, it fails to find a file specified via absolute path.

verified path via browser is:

from a script in directory /pics called:
getimagesize("foo/blah.jpg") .. works
getimagesize("http:/") .. works
getimagesize("/pics/foo/blah.jpg") .. fails:
Unable to open '/pics/foo/blah.jpg' for reading.



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 [2001-09-01 11:48 UTC]
Are you sure that is the right path and not relative to your document root?  It wants the real on-disk absolute path.
 [2001-09-01 12:04 UTC]
Means on Windows, in a php script:
[current drive, ie. C]:\pics\foo\blah.jpg
On all platforms, in a request to a webserver, it means:
Use "$DOCUMENT_ROOT/pics/foo/blah.jpg" in your PHP-script to emulate this behaviour.

 [2001-09-01 12:05 UTC]
Oops... not closed, it's a bogus...
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