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From ras...@lerdorf.on.ca (Rasmus Lerdorf)
Subject Re: IE4 HTTP/1.1 Chunking bug reincarnation?
Date Tue, 27 Jan 1998 05:30:04 GMT
> Naw it was a lot simpler than that... it's just that I only protected
> bputc() from itself, but didn't protect it from other buff functions like
> bputs().  0x1c happens to be the length of the string which mod_php3 sends
> to bputs() when it's expanding hard tabs... it sends "     
>  ".  Then right after that bputs() it does a bputc() ... but the
> bputs() doesn't do a start_chunk() and all hell ensues. 

I will have the PHP programmer who forgot the "break;" after that bputs(),
which led to the putc being called right after, decapitated.  

-Rasmus


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