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Bug #24475 HTML.tpl is written with short_tag
Submitted: 2003-07-03 04:34 UTC Modified: 2003-07-16 16:29 UTC
From: akimoto at share360 dot com Assigned: cain (profile)
Status: Closed Package: PEAR related
PHP Version: 4.3.3RC1 OS: Windows XP
Private report: No CVE-ID: None
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 [2003-07-03 04:34 UTC] akimoto at share360 dot com
Description:
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When using PEAR::PHPUnit with GUI mode, it seems to use PHPUnit/GUI/HTML.tpl as a template.

In this template, all PHP tags used are short-type tags (like <?, <?=). So when php.ini prohibits short_tag, it shows error code.

as short_open_tag is not PHP_INI_ALL, in some environment where you may not edit php.ini nor httpd.conf, you can not work around this by changing allowed tags settings.

Most of case it may be acceptable as when you do unit-testing you have control your web server and PHP. But still it is good if the HTML.tpl has long tag (<?php, and <?php echo) which works on all environment. Then you may run PHPUnit tests on the exactly same environment as your deployment server.

Thank you


Reproduce code:
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in php.ini,
short_open_tag = off

and run PHPUnit/GUI/HTML.php

Expected result:
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Test page is shown up correctly.

Actual result:
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in such environment, short tags are not recognized as PHP script, so output of PEAR::PHPUnit/GUI/HTML is corrupted.


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