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If I try to execute simple script from windows batch file (see code below), i get php interactive shell instead of result.
php.exe -n -f test.php
If I delete the first line (@echo off) - the script runs successfully.
In this bug https://bugs.php.net/bug.php?id=74849 AB pushed a patch, that was applied to PHP 7.2.0 alpha 3, but both alpha 3 and beta 1 still has that issue.
echo "hello world\n";
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Thanks for going for a separate ticket. As mentioned in bug #74849, i couldn't repro it, it was Windows 10. I've just tested same on Server 2012 build 9200, but still the result is correct. Have you met this issue before alpha3? Seems there's some difference on the environment or whatsoever, that doesn't show the bug on my side :(
I have a clean OS Windows Server 2012 R2.
PHP 7.1.7 - have no bug;
PHP 7.2.0 alpha 1 - have no bug;
PHP 7.2.0 alpha 2 - have no bug;
PHP 7.2.0 alpha 3 - have bug;
PHP 7.2.0 beta 1 - have bug.
It does not matter x64 or x86 platform and TS or NTS version of PHP.
Please check some latest master snapshot http://windows.php.net/snapshots/
Also, was this reproducible under windows 10? If you have some.
Yes, everything works fine in Windows 7 and Server 2012.
I can test Windows 10 and leave a comment, but later.
The main problem is fixed, thanks a lot!
Great, thanks for the quick checks! There seem to be additional tricky thinks on different OSes and envs. Both bugs should be fixed now. The actual fix is 8a6afbef3f003e8faaeb560f9a7dbfbf7a8b1568, so it is going to be included into the next beta.
Yeap, Windows 10 have same problem that win7 and win2012. Your patch 8a6afbef3f003e8faaeb560f9a7dbfbf7a8b1568 fixed it. Thanks!