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Bug #7413 Odd behavior
Submitted: 2000-10-23 12:04 UTC Modified: 2000-12-30 20:16 UTC
From: ignacio at openservices dot net Assigned:
Status: Closed Package: Unknown/Other Function
PHP Version: 4.0.1pl2 OS: Red Hat Linux 6.2/7.0
Private report: No CVE-ID: None
 [2000-10-23 12:04 UTC] ignacio at openservices dot net
Not so much a problem as a quirk.

Code:
"""
<?php
$jssrc="menu.js";
if (isset($jssrc))
{ ?>
<script src="<?=$jssrc?>">
<!--
//-->
</script>
<?php
};
?>
"""

Output:
"""
<script src="menu.js">

<!--
//-->

</script>
"""

Notice the extra nl's. Also, could somebody verify that this quirk still exists in later versions of PHP? I'm still having trouble building any of them, but don't worry about that. Thanks.

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 [2000-10-24 08:00 UTC] lyric@php.net
My latest CVS produces :

"""
<script src="menu.js">
<!--
//-->
</script>
"""


Your problem is possibly related to DOS/Win carriage-returns & line feeds. Try saving your file in "unix mode" before putting on the (unix?) web-server.
 [2000-10-24 08:00 UTC] lyric@php.net
My latest CVS produces :

"""
<script src="menu.js">
<!--
//-->
</script>
"""


Your problem is possibly related to DOS/Win carriage-returns & line feeds. Try saving your file in "unix mode" before putting on the (unix?) web-server.
 [2000-10-24 12:00 UTC] ignacio at openservices dot net
I put in ":set fileformat=unix" and saved it.

Result: Nada. Same old same old.
 [2000-11-27 10:02 UTC] sniper@php.net
Is this still happening with latest snapshot?

--Jani
 
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