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Bug #272 Parser not recognizing input file
Submitted: 1998-04-14 13:36 UTC Modified: 1998-04-15 06:32 UTC
From: ken at collectors dot com Assigned:
Status: Closed Package: Parser error
PHP Version: 3.0 Release Candidate 3 OS: Win NT
Private report: No CVE-ID: None
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 [1998-04-14 13:36 UTC] ken at collectors dot com
When compiling the PHP parser for use as a CGI program for use with Microsoft Internet Information Server v4.0, the parser is unable to determine the input file.  The parser will output the string "No Input File Specified".  I have tried compiling the source files many different ways, all with the same result.  For some reason the binary release doesn't suffer from this problem.  If anyone knows why this is please help me solve this problem.
I received help on compiling the project from the source (Dr. Nick van der Merwe).  I have downloaded the source files two times and attempted compilation up to ten times.  The problem is reproduced every time.  I am using Microsoft Visual C++ 5.0 to compile the project.  Despite multiple warning messages (most of which come from the oracle include files), the program will execute just fine as a command line program.  The oracle support that I compiled in works just fine.
If anybody has encountered anything like this before please let me know.  I have tried the FAQ, the documentation and the mailing list, all to no avail.  Thanks.


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 [1998-04-15 06:32 UTC] rasmus
This "Unable to open input file" problem has been fixed.  Grab the latest CVS version or wait for the
next release.

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