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Re: cygwin: php4b2 & apache1.3.9

 ---- you wrote: 
> On Sat, Apr 22, 2000 at 11:51:13PM -0400, wrote:
> >I compiled the above and everthing was running
> >very smoothly untill I attemped to use the 
> >php4 "Copy()" function.
> >
> >Copy() appears to copy the file, but it corupts the
> >file in the proccess.
> This is probably due to the file being opened in "text mode".
> If the program is using fopen, then it needs to add a "b"

Thanks for your responce.

I'm not using fopen(), just copy() and only testing
that command by itself.  I imagine php's copy is just
the shells "cp".

Also I'd like to say that i'm finding that the 
cygwin-apache/php4 crashes on any/all shell
commands executed from within php.


> to the second argument, i.e.
> fopen ("foo", "rb"); /* or */
> fopen ("foo", "wb");
> Without this, \n and CTRL-Z characters may cause odd things to
> happen.
> Christopher Faylor
> Cygwin Engineering Manager (and developer)
> Cygnus Solutions, a Red Hat company
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