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Request #39807 --enable-memory-limit for win32 binaries default on
Submitted: 2006-12-12 15:47 UTC Modified: 2006-12-20 12:05 UTC
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From: jagermeistermeister at gmail dot com Assigned:
Status: Closed Package: Feature/Change Request
PHP Version: 5.2.0 OS: Windows
Private report: No CVE-ID: None
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 [2006-12-12 15:47 UTC] jagermeistermeister at gmail dot com
Description:
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I'd like to use the memory limit on Windows, after 2 days of trying to compile it, I'd just thought I'd suggest it to be on by default.

--enable-memory-limit adds functions like memory_get_usage(), let's you set a max. memory consumption of a PHP script and several extensions make use of it (APD, Xdebug). I think it would be an useful addition.

I read in another bugpost that this is off by default for performance reasons, which is rather contradicting... I read somewhere that most PHP developers work on Windows (I believe that statement came from Zend itself). If those developers were to write their code keeping in mind a memory limit, overall performance of PHP scripts would go up, in my humble opinion.

Expected result:
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Could --enable-memory-limit be on by default for win32 binaries?

Actual result:
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--enable-memory-limit is off by default for win32 binaries

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 [2006-12-20 12:05 UTC] derick@php.net
This has been done for PHP 5.2.x and HEAD now in CVS.
 
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