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Author hlellelid
Full name Hans Lellelid
Date 2005-12-07 06:41:07 PST
Message Hi Alan,

Would you be willing to write to internals PHP list with these examples
& see if this is something that we can rely on? If the $this->this, for
example, is something that is not a documented language "feature" (and
will be taken away) then we probably don't want to rely on it, but
otherwise I think we should apply these fixes.

(I can also contact them, if you prefer, but I think you have a better
grasp at this point of what exactly is going on here.)

Thanks *so much* for your very thorough & dedicated attention & solution
to this problem!

Hans

Alan Pinstein wrote:
> Hmm... well I am on 5.0.4.
>
> There are actually still leaks in some cases (like out of try/catch)
> but I saw the Changelog and am hoping that 5.0.5+ fixes this.
>
> But what I fixed wasn't a PHP bug; it was breaking a circular- reference
> deadlock that prevented refcount from ever reaching 0.
>
> Alan
>
> On Dec 7, 2005, at 2:27 AM, Sonke Ruempler wrote:
>
>> Hi,
>>
>> Alan Pinstein <mailto:apinstein​@mac.com> wrote on Wednesday, December
>> 07,
>> 2005 2:16 AM:
>>
>>> Well, I can't believe it, but after spending all day on this,
>>> literally about 6 hours, I found a solution. Sample code is attached.
>>
>>
>> PHP Version?
>>
>> All versions < 5.0.5 and 4.4.0 have reference bugs.
>>
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