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Bug #2012 Memory leak in some object instantiations with boolean class variables
Submitted: 1999-08-09 17:46 UTC Modified: 1999-08-17 18:31 UTC
From: christophe dot massiot at mail dot dotcom dot fr Assigned:
Status: Closed Package: Scripting Engine problem
PHP Version: 4.0 Beta 2 OS: Linux 2.0.36/Debian slink
Private report: No CVE-ID: None
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 [1999-08-09 17:46 UTC] christophe dot massiot at mail dot dotcom dot fr
The following script :

<?
class titi {
  var $foobar = TRUE;
}
class toto extends titi { }
$object = new titi;
?>

produces :

23:27 [webase3:p2] titi:~/html% php temp.phtml
Content-Type: text/html

temp.phtml:  Freeing 0x080F3E60 (4 bytes), allocated in zend_hash.c on line 185<br>
temp.phtml:  Freeing 0x080F4100 (42 bytes), allocated in zend_hash.c on line 175<br>

Note that the var $foobar = TRUE is important and can only be TRUE or FALSE (the problem doesn't show up with "" or array()).
Note also that the unused line class toto extends titi { } is necessary.

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 [1999-08-17 18:31 UTC] zeev at cvs dot php dot net
Fixed - thanks!
 
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