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Doc Bug #18975 [chm] bug on chm.about.html
Submitted: 2002-08-19 17:59 UTC Modified: 2002-09-21 01:57 UTC
From: jtnix at maine dot rr dot com Assigned:
Status: No Feedback Package: Documentation problem
PHP Version: 4.2.2 OS: windows
Private report: No CVE-ID: None
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 [2002-08-19 17:59 UTC] jtnix at maine dot rr dot com
I have found a bug on page chm.about.html
[chm date: 2002-08-14]...

Information regarding the '-q' commandline option for php command line operation is missing from the Beta Release 7 of the windows .chm reference.


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 [2002-08-20 03:46 UTC]
First of all this bug is not on the about page. It would be nice from you to report this bug from the page where it is.

The -q option is not documented, because the CLI version of PHP does not use the -q option, and it's the right version now to use in the command line (not the CGI one).
 [2002-08-20 11:54 UTC] jtnix at maine dot rr dot com
My apologies, I am new to this new documentation obviously and this is my first bug report.

In My Opinion, deprecated features should STILL be covered in future documentation, as is customary within several years of feature deprecation.

Also, I couldnt even find a legitimate version in any of the usual places in this document CHM, which makes the Version field above veritably useless
 [2002-08-20 12:34 UTC]
OK, so can someone from the doc group be so kind and add this info to the command line page?

What version you would like to see in the CHM?? I cannot understand...
 [2002-09-21 01:57 UTC]
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