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Bug #16364 Overflow with fgetcsv()
Submitted: 2002-03-30 17:39 UTC Modified: 2002-08-16 01:00 UTC
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Status: No Feedback Package: Filesystem function related
PHP Version: 4.0CVS-2002-03-30 OS: ANY(?)
Private report: No CVE-ID: None
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 [2002-03-30 17:39 UTC]
PHP4.2.0-dev overflow with fgetcsv() with multi-byte char (EUC-JP). It also seems not working for single byte chars.

[Sun Mar 31 07:20:38 2002]  Script:  '-'
file.c(2180) : Block 0x083063C0 status:
Beginning:      OK (allocated on file.c:2096, 12 bytes)
      End:      Overflown (magic=0x2A8FCC00 instead of 0x2A8FCC84)
                1 byte(s) overflown
file.c(2096) :  Freeing 0x08306664 (12 bytes), script=-
Last leak repeated 1183 times


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 [2002-07-01 15:29 UTC]
Hm... does this just mean that fgetcsv() is not binary safe?
Can you provide some more information? Sample script, sample data, etc?
 [2002-07-01 17:37 UTC]
A sample script would be nice to have too.
And Hartmut fixed something in that function just recently..

 [2002-08-16 01:00 UTC] php-bugs at lists dot php dot net
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