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Bug #32315 Destructor is called although Constructor throws an exc. after =& assignment
Submitted: 2005-03-15 15:40 UTC Modified: 2005-03-25 01:48 UTC
From: m dot wiegard at brandsetter dot de Assigned:
Status: No Feedback Package: Class/Object related
PHP Version: 5.0.3 OS: MacOs x (10.3.7)
Private report: No CVE-ID: None
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 [2005-03-15 15:40 UTC] m dot wiegard at brandsetter dot de
The bug appears if I'm using any method calls with & 
(and only with &, I read the other bug reports !!!!!!) 
to assign the result to a variable within the 
if an Exception is thrown after that within the 
constructor, the destructor is called, although no 
object was instantiated.

Reproduce code:
	class test1 {
		private $test;
		function __construct() {
			$this->test =& test1::staticMethod();
			throw new Exception();
		static function staticMethod() {
			return true;
		function __destruct() {
			print 'DESTRUCTOR';
	$test = new test1();

Expected result:
I Expected to see no output of my little listing itself, 
only the error messages.

Actual result:
After the exception was printed out in the output, 
DESTRUCTOR appeared.


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 [2005-03-18 19:27 UTC]
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 [2005-03-25 01:48 UTC]
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