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Bug #14062 Wrong filetype displayed
Submitted: 2001-11-14 17:04 UTC Modified: 2001-11-15 02:15 UTC
From: corwin1974 at yahoo dot fr Assigned:
Status: Not a bug Package: *Directory/Filesystem functions
PHP Version: 4.0.6 OS: win98SE
Private report: No CVE-ID: None
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 [2001-11-14 17:04 UTC] corwin1974 at yahoo dot fr
When running this script :
  $d = "/fichiers";   // dir to show
  $h = opendir($d);
  while($e = readdir($h))
    echo filetype("$d/$e");
    echo "<br>\n";

the wrong filetype is displayed (files and directories are displayed as directories), except when the script is run in the current (.) directory 


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 [2001-11-14 17:09 UTC] corwin1974 at yahoo dot fr
Sorry, the script is :
  $d = "/fichiers";   // dir to show
  $h = opendir($d);
  while($e = readdir($h))
    echo filetype("$e");
    echo "<br>\n";

The previous script is a workaround to get the right filetype.

 [2001-11-14 20:47 UTC]
I cannot reproduce this under Linux. File types are 
returned correctly.

Could someone with Win32 test this?

 [2001-11-15 02:15 UTC]
Then it's not a bug. Filetype works from the current directory, not from the directory you used with opendir().

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