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Bug #27619 Stream Filters don't process first block of data
Submitted: 2004-03-17 00:06 UTC Modified: 2004-03-31 18:40 UTC
From: johnmc at coldwavetech dot com Assigned: pollita (profile)
Status: Closed Package: *General Issues
PHP Version: 5CVS-2004-03-16 (dev) OS: Windows XP
Private report: No CVE-ID: None
 [2004-03-17 00:06 UTC] johnmc at coldwavetech dot com
Description:
------------
The PHP stream filters seem to skip the first bucket and then process the remaining buckets.  This happens for all stream filters - both the stock PHP filters and some custom filters that I have written.  The code that reproduces the bug will demonstrate the problem quickly because it displays HTML formatting and the remainder is just the text with no tags.  

Reproduce code:
---------------
print file_get_contents('php://filter/read=string.strip_tags/resource=http://www.php.net');


Expected result:
----------------
PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor
 

blah blah blah

 is a widely-used general-purpose scripting language that is
 especially suited for Web development and can be embedded into HTML.
 If you are new to PHP and want to get some idea
 of how it works, try the <a href="/tut.php">introductory tutorial.
 After that, check out the online manual,
 and the example archive sites and some of the other resources
 available in the links section.


 Ever wondered how popular PHP is? see the
 Netcraft Survey.


 PHP is a project of the
 Apache Software Foundation.


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International PHP Conference 2004 Amsterdam: Timetable and Open Source PHP projects

 [27-Feb-2004]
 Having the CfP over now, the organizers of the
 International PHP Conference
 2004 Spring Edition Amsterdam have published the
 session
 and workshop timetable. The Conference features 32 sessions and two
 power workshops. It will happen again at the
 RAI Conference Centre, Amsterdam.


 Open Source PHP projects can present themselves, like in
 the last years, for free on the Conference at the exhibition area between
 the commercial exhibitors. Take your chance and contact
 Frank Stepan from
 Software &amp; Support.




PHP 4.3.5RC3 released!

 [16-Feb-2004]
 PHP 4.3.5RC3 has been released for testing. This 
 will be the last release candidate prior to the final release, so please test it
 as much as possible. List of changes can be found in the 
 NEWS file.




PHP 5.0 Beta 4 released!

 [12-Feb-2004]
 PHP 5.0 Beta 4 has been released.  This fourth beta 
 of PHP 5 is also scheduled to be the last one (barring unexpected surprises, that
 did occur with beta 3).  This beta incorporates dozens of bug fixes since Beta 3,
 rewritten exceptions support, improved interfaces support, new experimental
 SOAP support, as well as lots of other improvements, some of which are documented
 in the ChangeLog.


 Some of the key features of PHP 5 include:


 
  PHP 5 features the Zend Engine 2.
 
 
  XML support has been completely redone in PHP 5, all extensions are now focused around the
  excellent libxml2 library (http://www.xmlsoft.org/).
 
 
  SQLite has been bundled with PHP. For more information on SQLite, please visit their
  website.
 
 
  A new SimpleXML extension for easily accessing and manipulating XML as PHP objects. It can
  also interface with the DOM extension and vice-versa.
 
 
  Streams have been greatly improved, including the ability to access low-level socket
  operations on streams.
 





Conf&eacute;rence PHP Qu&eacute;bec 2004 - (Montr&eacute;al, March 25&amp;26rst, 2004)

 [11-Feb-2004]
 The PHP Qu&eacute;bec Association announces the Conference PHP Qu&eacute;bec 2004.
 The conference features 20 sessions over 2 days, in English and French.
 3 tracks : PHP advanced technics, PHP professionnal and Open Source technologies.
 It will take place downtown Montr&eacute;al, Qu&eacute;bec, Canada.


 We are currently offering early bird prices.
 Students and Small Businesses are eligible for reduced prices.
 Buy your tickets early to get rebates and discount with the DVD!


 Learn more about those exciting days at 
 conf.phpquebec.com.





PaWS Tickets Now On Sale!

 [05-Feb-2004]
 The PaWS Group is proud to announce that
 tickets are now available for the first 
 PHP and Web Standards Conference. We are
 offering Weekend tickets (Saturday 21st and Sunday 22nd only) as well as Conference
 tickets (Friday 20th - Tuesday 24th) for the entire length of the event. 
 Additionally, we also have Daily tickets available for each day of the conference.
 Tickets will also be available on the door for those that simply want to drop in.


 For ticket and accommodation Prices, look over our 
 pricing guide for more information.
 Purchase your tickets today for this
 one of a kind conference!




Call for Papers Reminder: O'Reilly Open Source Convention

 [03-Feb-2004]
 The 2004 O'Reilly Open
 Source Convention will be in Portland OR, July 26-30.
 Submit
 your PHP-related talks and tutorials until the February 9 deadline.





php|cruise deadline set for February 15th


 [16-Jan-2004]
 The organizers of the php|cruise conference (March 
 1st through March 5th, 2004) have announced that February 15th will be 
 the deadline to sign 
 up for the event. php|cruise features over 30 sessions, covering 
 material from beginner to advanced level, and takes place onboard a 
 cruise ship bound for the Bahamas islands.





PHP and Web Standards Conference - UK 2004

 [22-Dec-2003]
 The PaWS Group is pleased to announce the first ever UK PHP and Web Standards Conference.
 PaWS Con will cover using PHP and Web Standards separately and in
 conjunction with each other. The conference will take place
 from February 20th - 24th 2004.


 The Call for Papers has
 been announced with a deadline of January 17th.
 Pre-Registration for
 early-bird savers is now also open, so register to earn your
 discount and provide PaWS with valuable feedback.





Vancouver PHP Conference 2004

 [22-Dec-2003]
 The Vancouver PHP Users Association presents The PHP Vancouver Conference
 on January 22-23, a professional and technical conference focused on the PHP scripting language.
 The goal of this conference is to bring together some of the world's leading PHP developers and
 business professionals to share their experience with both students and PHP professionals in a series of talks.




PHP Community Site Project Announced

 [18-Dec-2003]
 Members of the PHP community are seeking
 volunteers to help develop the first Web site that is created both by
 the community and for the community. The features of this project will be
 driven by the needs and desires of the community as much as possible and
 may include such things as blogs, news, FAQs, articles, links, and tutorials.

 
 If you would like to contribute, please contact Chris Shiflett, who is
 coordinating this project. There is a need for every type of contributor,
 including developers, translators, administrators, designers, writers, and
 advocates.





PHP Magazine in PDF Format

 [15-Dec-2003]
 Software & Support Media,
 producers of the International
 PHP Conference, are pleased to announce a new monthly version of their
 print publication, the "International
 PHP Magazine", published in PDF format and distributed
 electronically. The first issue is available for free on
 the magazine's website.





First PHP dedicated DVD released!

 [13-Dec-2003]
 The PHP Qu&eacute;bec is pleased to announce the immediate availability
 of PHP Qu&eacute;bec DVD. Over 6 hours of conferences, recorded in
 Montr&eacute;al, in March 2003. DVD is subtitled in English and French,
 making legendary sessions from Rasmus and Zeev available anywhere 
 in the world. 

 
 This DVD makes a nice christmas present for every PHP enthusiast.
 Available in
 English or 
 French.





Call for Participation: MySQL User Conference 2004

 [12-Dec-2003]
 The Call
 for Participation for the 2004 MySQL User Conference is
 now open. MySQL is looking for sessions that speak to your peers:
 practical, pragmatic and clueful presentations that focus on how
 you solved problems in a demanding or unique technical environment.
 Additionally, the conference is looking for solid proposals for
 Bird-of-a-Feather (BoF) sessions and Lightning Talks.


 The call for papers closes on January 14th. The call for BoFs and
 lightning talks closes on February 14th. The conference will take
 place on April 14th to 16th in Orlando, Florida, USA.





First Bulgarian and Second Hungarian PHP Conference

 [01-Dec-2003]
 The First Bulgarian
 PHP conference will be held within the framework of the 2004 Web Technology
 Conference in Sofia in March. The goal of the meeting is to discuss the trends and
 to popularize PHP among the business, education and services sectors. The organizers
 welcome proposals for sessions and company presentations.




 Also coming in March 2004 is the Second Hungarian
 PHP Conference building on last year's successful event. The Call For Papers is
 open for the conference, speakers are welcome to hold sessions and workshops ranging
 from PHP internals to web standard compliance. The event is exclusively in Hungarian.




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<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN">
<html>
<head>
 <title>PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor</title>
 <link rel="stylesheet" href="http://static.php.net/www.php.net/style.css" />
 <link rel="stylesheet" href="http://static.php.net/www.php.net/styles/phpnet.css" />
 <link rel="shortcut icon" href="http://static.php.net/www.php.net/favicon.ico" />
 <script language="Javascript" type="text/javascript" src="http://static.php.net/www.php.net/userprefs.js"></script>
 <base href="http://www.php.net/index.php" /></head>
<body bgcolor="#ffffff" text="#000000"
      link="#000099" alink="#0000ff" vlink="#000099"
      onload="boldEvents(); searchHistory();">

<!--UdmComment-->
<table border="0" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="0" width="100%">
 <tr bgcolor="#9999cc">
  <td align="center" rowspan="2" width="126"><a href="/"><img src="http://static.php.net/www.php.net/images/php.gif" alt="PHP" width="120" height="67" hspace="3" /></a></td>
  <td>&nbsp;</td>
 </tr>
 <tr bgcolor="#9999cc">
  <td align="right" valign="bottom">
<a href="/downloads.php" class="small">downloads</a> | <a href="/docs.php" class="small">documentation</a> | <a href="/FAQ.php" class="small">faq</a> | <a href="/support.php" class="small">getting help</a> | <a href="/mailing-lists.php" class="small">mailing lists</a> | <a href="http://bugs.php.net/" class="small">reporting bugs</a> | <a href="/sites.php" class="small">php.net sites</a> | <a href="/links.php" class="small">links</a> | <a href="/my.php" class="small">my php.net</a>&nbsp;
  </td>
 </tr>
 <tr bgcolor="#333366"><td colspan="2"><img src="http://static.php.net/www.php.net/images/spacer.gif" width="1" height="1" border="0" alt="" /></td></tr>
 <tr bgcolor="#666699">
   <td align="right" valign="top" colspan="2" class="quicksearch">
    <form method="post" action="/search.php" class="thin" name="topsearch">
<small><span title="Keyboard shortcut: Alt+S (Win), Ctrl+S (Apple)"><u>s</u>earch for</span></small>
<input class="small" type="text" name="pattern" value="" size="30" accesskey="s" />
<small>in the</small>
<select name="show" class="small">
<option value="quickref" selected="selected">function list</option>
<option value="wholesite">whole site</option>
<option value="manual">online documentation [en]</option>
<option value="bugdb">bug database</option>
<option value="maillist">general mailing list</option>
<option value="devlist">developer mailing list</option>
<option value="phpdoc">documentation mailing list </option>
</select>
<input type="image" src="http://static.php.net/www.php.net/images/small_submit_white.gif" alt="search" align="bottom" />&nbsp;
</form>
   </td>
 </tr>
 <tr bgcolor="#333366"><td colspan="3"><img src="http://static.php.net/www.php.net/images/spacer.gif" width="1" height="1" border="0" alt="" /></td></tr> 
</table>
<!--/UdmComment-->


<table border="0" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0">
 <tr valign="top">
  <td width="200" bgcolor="#f0f0f0">
   <table width="100%" cellpadding="2" cellspacing="0" border="0">
    <tr valign="top"><td class="sidebar">
<h3>What is PHP?</h3>
<p>
 <acronym title="recursive acronym for PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor">PHP</acronym>
 is a widely-used general-purpose scripting language that is
 especially suited for Web development and can be embedded into HTML.
 If you are new to PHP and want to get some idea
 of how it works, try the <a href="/tut.php">introductory tutorial.
 After that, check out the online manual,
 and the example archive sites and some of the other resources
 available in the links section.


 Ever wondered how popular PHP is? see the
 Netcraft Survey.


 PHP is a project of the
 Apache Software Foundation.


Thanks To

 easyDNS
 Directi
 pair Networks
 EV1Servers
 Server Central
 Redundant Networks
 Simplicato
 Spry VPS Hosting
 eZ systems / HiT

Related sites

 Apache
 MySQL
 PostgreSQL
 Zend Technologies

Community

 LinuxFund.org
 OSDN


Syndication

 You can grab our news as an RSS feed via a daily dump in a file
 named news.rss.

   
  
  
  
   
    

Spanish PHP Mailing List Now at PHP.net

 [29-Feb-2004]
 The Spanish PHP mailing list was relocated to our list server. If you would like to subscribe
 to the list, you can do it via our mailing lists page. To read
 the archives, please see our news server.





International PHP Conference 2004 Amsterdam: Timetable and Open Source PHP projects

 [27-Feb-2004]
 Having the CfP over now, the organizers of the
 International PHP Conference
 2004 Spring Edition Amsterdam have published the
 session
 and workshop timetable. The Conference features 32 sessions and two
 power workshops. It will happen again at the
 RAI Conference Centre, Amsterdam.


 Open Source PHP projects can present themselves, like in
 the last years, for free on the Conference at the exhibition area between
 the commercial exhibitors. Take your chance and contact
 Frank Stepan from
 Software &amp; Support.




PHP 4.3.5RC3 released!

 [16-Feb-2004]
 PHP 4.3.5RC3 has been released for testing. This 
 will be the last release candidate prior to the final release, so please test it
 as much as possible. List of changes can be found in the 
 NEWS file.




PHP 5.0 Beta 4 released!

 [12-Feb-2004]
 PHP 5.0 Beta 4 has been released.  This fourth beta 
 of PHP 5 is also scheduled to be the last one (barring unexpected surprises, that
 did occur with beta 3).  This beta incorporates dozens of bug fixes since Beta 3,
 rewritten exceptions support, improved interfaces support, new experimental
 SOAP support, as well as lots of other improvements, some of which are documented
 in the ChangeLog.


 Some of the key features of PHP 5 include:


 
  PHP 5 features the Zend Engine 2.
 
 
  XML support has been completely redone in PHP 5, all extensions are now focused around the
  excellent libxml2 library (http://www.xmlsoft.org/).
 
 
  SQLite has been bundled with PHP. For more information on SQLite, please visit their
  website.
 
 
  A new SimpleXML extension for easily accessing and manipulating XML as PHP objects. It can
  also interface with the DOM extension and vice-versa.
 
 
  Streams have been greatly improved, including the ability to access low-level socket
  operations on streams.
 





Conf&eacute;rence PHP Qu&eacute;bec 2004 - (Montr&eacute;al, March 25&amp;26rst, 2004)

 [11-Feb-2004]
 The PHP Qu&eacute;bec Association announces the Conference PHP Qu&eacute;bec 2004.
 The conference features 20 sessions over 2 days, in English and French.
 3 tracks : PHP advanced technics, PHP professionnal and Open Source technologies.
 It will take place downtown Montr&eacute;al, Qu&eacute;bec, Canada.


 We are currently offering early bird prices.
 Students and Small Businesses are eligible for reduced prices.
 Buy your tickets early to get rebates and discount with the DVD!


 Learn more about those exciting days at 
 conf.phpquebec.com.





PaWS Tickets Now On Sale!

 [05-Feb-2004]
 The PaWS Group is proud to announce that
 tickets are now available for the first 
 PHP and Web Standards Conference. We are
 offering Weekend tickets (Saturday 21st and Sunday 22nd only) as well as Conference
 tickets (Friday 20th - Tuesday 24th) for the entire length of the event. 
 Additionally, we also have Daily tickets available for each day of the conference.
 Tickets will also be available on the door for those that simply want to drop in.


 For ticket and accommodation Prices, look over our 
 pricing guide for more information.
 Purchase your tickets today for this
 one of a kind conference!




Call for Papers Reminder: O'Reilly Open Source Convention

 [03-Feb-2004]
 The 2004 O'Reilly Open
 Source Convention will be in Portland OR, July 26-30.
 Submit
 your PHP-related talks and tutorials until the February 9 deadline.





php|cruise deadline set for February 15th


 [16-Jan-2004]
 The organizers of the php|cruise conference (March 
 1st through March 5th, 2004) have announced that February 15th will be 
 the deadline to sign 
 up for the event. php|cruise features over 30 sessions, covering 
 material from beginner to advanced level, and takes place onboard a 
 cruise ship bound for the Bahamas islands.





PHP and Web Standards Conference - UK 2004

 [22-Dec-2003]
 The PaWS Group is pleased to announce the first ever UK PHP and Web Standards Conference.
 PaWS Con will cover using PHP and Web Standards separately and in
 conjunction with each other. The conference will take place
 from February 20th - 24th 2004.


 The Call for Papers has
 been announced with a deadline of January 17th.
 Pre-Registration for
 early-bird savers is now also open, so register to earn your
 discount and provide PaWS with valuable feedback.





Vancouver PHP Conference 2004

 [22-Dec-2003]
 The Vancouver PHP Users Association presents The PHP Vancouver Conference
 on January 22-23, a professional and technical conference focused on the PHP scripting language.
 The goal of this conference is to bring together some of the world's leading PHP developers and
 business professionals to share their experience with both students and PHP professionals in a series of talks.




PHP Community Site Project Announced

 [18-Dec-2003]
 Members of the PHP community are seeking
 volunteers to help develop the first Web site that is created both by
 the community and for the community. The features of this project will be
 driven by the needs and desires of the community as much as possible and
 may include such things as blogs, news, FAQs, articles, links, and tutorials.

 
 If you would like to contribute, please contact Chris Shiflett, who is
 coordinating this project. There is a need for every type of contributor,
 including developers, translators, administrators, designers, writers, and
 advocates.





PHP Magazine in PDF Format

 [15-Dec-2003]
 Software & Support Media,
 producers of the International
 PHP Conference, are pleased to announce a new monthly version of their
 print publication, the "International
 PHP Magazine", published in PDF format and distributed
 electronically. The first issue is available for free on
 the magazine's website.





First PHP dedicated DVD released!

 [13-Dec-2003]
 The PHP Qu&eacute;bec is pleased to announce the immediate availability
 of PHP Qu&eacute;bec DVD. Over 6 hours of conferences, recorded in
 Montr&eacute;al, in March 2003. DVD is subtitled in English and French,
 making legendary sessions from Rasmus and Zeev available anywhere 
 in the world. 

 
 This DVD makes a nice christmas present for every PHP enthusiast.
 Available in
 English or 
 French.





Call for Participation: MySQL User Conference 2004

 [12-Dec-2003]
 The Call
 for Participation for the 2004 MySQL User Conference is
 now open. MySQL is looking for sessions that speak to your peers:
 practical, pragmatic and clueful presentations that focus on how
 you solved problems in a demanding or unique technical environment.
 Additionally, the conference is looking for solid proposals for
 Bird-of-a-Feather (BoF) sessions and Lightning Talks.


 The call for papers closes on January 14th. The call for BoFs and
 lightning talks closes on February 14th. The conference will take
 place on April 14th to 16th in Orlando, Florida, USA.





First Bulgarian and Second Hungarian PHP Conference

 [01-Dec-2003]
 The First Bulgarian
 PHP conference will be held within the framework of the 2004 Web Technology
 Conference in Sofia in March. The goal of the meeting is to discuss the trends and
 to popularize PHP among the business, education and services sectors. The organizers
 welcome proposals for sessions and company presentations.




 Also coming in March 2004 is the Second Hungarian
 PHP Conference building on last year's successful event. The Call For Papers is
 open for the conference, speakers are welcome to hold sessions and workshops ranging
 from PHP internals to web standard compliance. The event is exclusively in Hungarian.




News Archive



 
  This mirror sponsored by:

Upcoming Events [add]
March
User Group Events
17. Seattle
17. Calgary
17. Wellington NZ
20. Stuttgart
20. Kansas City
23. New York
23. AzPHP
23. Smarty Templates
25. Hamburg
25. Ap?ro PHP Lille
29. Long Island PHP Users Group
31. Munich
Conferences
25. PHP Qu?bec conference
27. Second Hungarian PHP Conference
Training
16. UK - &quot;PHP Programming&quot;
16. OnLine Training
16. PHP/MySQL
17. PHP Training in San Francisco
22. PHP Programming en PHP Advanced
22. PHP Programming
22. Formation ma?trise PHP ? Paris
22. Cours Linux/Apache/mySQL/PHP
23. UK PHP Training
23. Seattle PHP Training
25. PHP Brasil - Training
27. PHP &amp; OOP
28. OSSuite Training
29. PHP/MySQL Bootcamp | 5 Days!
30. Boston-Area PHP Training
April
User Group Events
1. SEMPUG
1. SDPHP (San Diego, CA)
1. Hannover
1. Meetup Day
1. Sydney PHP Group meeting
1. Omaha PHP Users Group Meetup
1. Melbourne PHP Group meeting
2. Frankfurt
2. K?ln/Bonn
2. Reuni?n mensual
3. Chicago
3. Bijeenkomst phpgg
7. AFUP : Extreme Programming
8. Vancouver
14. Twin Cities
14. MySQL Users Conference &amp; Expo 20
17. Stuttgart
17. Kansas City
21. Seattle
21. Calgary
21. Wellington NZ
26. Long Island PHP Users Group
27. New York
27. AzPHP
28. Munich
29. Hamburg
Training
1. PHP/MySQL Bootcamp | 5 Days!
1. Extreme PHP
1. Cursos PHP Venezuela
1. Boston-Area PHP Training
3. PHP &amp; Oracle
5. MySQL Spain
5. PHP-Madrid
5. Curso PHP Madrid
5. PHP E-Learning/Germany
5. Curso on-line ActionScript / PHP
5. PHP &amp; MySQL Training in Kassel
5. The Hitchhiker's Guide to PHP
6. Curso on-line de PHP-MySQL
12. PHP &amp; MySQL Training / Frankfurt
14. PHP Training in San Francisco
19. PHP &amp; MySQL Training / Gie?en
19. Cours Linux/Apache/mySQL/PHP
22. PHP Brasil - Training
25. OSSuite Training
27. UK PHP Training
28. PHP &amp; MySQL (Intensive)
 





 
 
  
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 [2004-03-17 10:46 UTC] pollita@php.net
This is a known bug that we're working on.  

What happens is the underlying stream buffers chunks of data (8192 bytes in this case -- that includes the response header) before filters can ever be applies (even using the php://filter syntax as you did below).
 [2004-03-31 18:40 UTC] pollita@php.net
This bug has been fixed in CVS.

Snapshots of the sources are packaged every three hours; this change
will be in the next snapshot. You can grab the snapshot at
http://snaps.php.net/.
 
Thank you for the report, and for helping us make PHP better.


 
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