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Bug #46933 valid backslashes in the docs are removed
Submitted: 2008-12-23 08:40 UTC Modified: 2008-12-24 03:18 UTC
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Status: Not a bug Package: Doc Build problem
PHP Version: Irrelevant OS: Linux
Private report: No CVE-ID: None
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 [2008-12-23 08:40 UTC]
I compiled PHP docs using PhD and found some valid backslashes in the docs are removed. These errors can be typically found in the chapter 'Namespaces'. 

Here is the right example:

and here is my result:

Reproduce code:
The commands I used:
php configure.php --with-lang=zh --enable-chm
/home/www/php/bin/phd -d .manual.xml -L zh

The html files were generated in the directory 'phpdoc-zh/chm/res' .

Expected result:
For example, the right code is:
namespace MyProject\Sub\Level;

Actual result:
but the actual result I got was:
namespace MyProjectSubLevel;

The backslashes '\' were missing.


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 [2008-12-23 09:07 UTC]
Namespaces were added in PHP 5.3, so you need to run PhD with 5.3 because highlight_string() is used for the syntax highlighting.

Maybe it's time we require 5.3, or at least yell at people if they don't have it (and warn them about a few more things).
 [2008-12-23 10:34 UTC]
People really should be using 5.3 for multiple reasons.
We however cannot require it as there still isn't released :(
 [2008-12-24 03:18 UTC]

I ran PhD with PHP5.3 and it worked well as you said.
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