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Bug #39294 "Fatal error: Cannot redeclare class" for classes that use extends
Submitted: 2006-10-28 23:39 UTC Modified: 2006-10-29 00:02 UTC
From: a79315 at hotmail dot com Assigned:
Status: Not a bug Package: Class/Object related
PHP Version: 5.1.2 OS: suse 10.1
Private report: No CVE-ID: None
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 [2006-10-28 23:39 UTC] a79315 at hotmail dot com
This code works fine on PHP 4 but fails on PHP 5.1.2. I know that I need to try it on the 5.1.6 version but I can't get my suse server to upgrade to it. On PHP 5.1.2 it reports "Fatal error: Cannot redeclare class". If the "extends CTest3" is removed from file there is no error.

Reproduce code:
File 1: test.php
require "";
require "";

File 2:

if (defined("CTEST2")) return;
define("CTEST2", 1);

require "";

class CTest2 extends CTest3

function CTest2()
	print "Test2";



File 3: ?

if (defined("CTEST3")) return;
define("CTEST3", 1);

class CTest3

function CTest3()
	print "Test3";



Expected result:
No error

Actual result:
Fatal error: Cannot redeclare class ctest2 in on line 16


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 [2006-10-28 23:46 UTC] a79315 at hotmail dot com
Should read: If
the "extends CTest3" is removed from file there is no error.
 [2006-10-29 00:02 UTC]
>if (defined("CTEST2")) return;
>define("CTEST2", 1);

Classes are declared at compile time, while 'if() return;' is executed at runtime, so this is 100% expected behaviour.
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