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"##link|s=sztgy.jpg|a=C|b=N|c=rpa?## here it lies"
produces the following error:
Warning: REG_ECOLLATE in [..]parsetest.php on line 19
while <?phpinfo()?> shows:
Regex Library: Bundled library enabled
my system regex library says it doesn't support collations. that's fine. but according to phpinfo() and the bundled regex manpage php's ereg_* should support it.
what's up with this?
(and yes, while configure-ing I did not explicitly say --with-regex=php but afaik that's the default option which the 'bundled lib enabled' should reflect, right?)
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...and i've tried using simpler collations, ie. [[.en.]], and it still pukes.
Same problem, different version, different OS:
PHP version 4.1.2
OS: FreeBSD 4.4-STABLE (GENERIC-SMP) #1
A one-character coallating sequence functions correctly, but a multi-character sequence generates the error:
Warning: REG_ECOLLATE in ...
the bundled regex library does not support multicharacter collating elements, either.
I'm getting this too, hardcore, in any collation be it [^[.<.]] or just [[.www.]]
I dunno what's going on here