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Date: Sun Mar 25 2001 - 12:29:24 CST

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    php-general Digest 25 Mar 2001 18:29:24 -0000 Issue 588

    Topics (messages 45471 through 45500):

    Re: Text fading with PHP?
            45471 by: Kristofer Widholm

    Re: What is session.cookie_secure?
            45472 by: Yasuo Ohgaki

    Re: [PHP4]
            45473 by: Joe Brown
            45496 by: Dddogbruce \(.home.com\)
            45497 by: Dddogbruce \(.home.com\)

    Compiling, How to resolve COM
            45474 by: Joe Brown

    Strange Error Reporting
            45475 by: Kristofer Widholm
            45495 by: CC Zona

    Re: compile php4 compress uncompress libmysqlclient issue
            45476 by: Grant Walters

    Re: PHP_SELF problems!
            45477 by: almir

    Re: PHP vs Servlet
            45478 by: Jesper Blomström

    PDF support in PHP
            45479 by: Phil Allsopp

    Let the Server do the downloading
            45480 by: techzeus.pacific.net.sg

    writing to a file
            45481 by: adam
            45484 by: Felix Kronlage
            45485 by: Mukul Sabharwal

    Regular Expr. on access.log
            45482 by: Andre

    $B#J#u#s#t(B$B#i#n(B$B#M#a#i#l(B$B>pJs(B
            45483 by: ka.tkk.att.ne.jp

    Can You get a file unlinked after one month?
            45486 by: Jan Grafström
            45489 by: Christian Reiniger

    Re: ODBC & Oracle
            45487 by: Brooks, Ken

    Re: attachments with mail() function
            45488 by: BlackLord

    String Functions (replace)
            45490 by: Brooks, Ken
            45491 by: Brooks, Ken

    Changing within a file
            45492 by: Jimmy Bäckström
            45499 by: Jesper Blomström

    huge time/memory consuming script
            45493 by: Christian Dechery
            45494 by: Brooks, Ken

    Re: Delaying Printed Output
            45498 by: Greg Scott

    set_error_handler and parse errors
            45500 by: Dean Hall

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    Here's what you wrote, 01.03.24:

    >Hi
    >
    >Is it possible to do text fading with PHP. For instance, I want to one line
    >of text fade in, have another line fade in later, and a third line after
    >that. Then all three lines will fade out at the same time and start over
    >with three different lines. Is this possible with php?
    >
    >Thanks
    >
    >Jamie

    No, due to some browsers waiting for all a complete document object
    before outputting text. Even with browsers that will parse and
    display a partial feed, you really can't achieve a smooth effect due
    to network latency. The best thing to do is to work with JavaScript
    and CSS. Look into the setTimeout() function in JavaScript and use it
    to step through different color values for your text using CSS.

    Or, just use an animated gif.

    K

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    Kristofer Widholm Web Pharmacy webpharmacybrokenhill.net 191 Grand Street, Brooklyn NY 11211 718.599.4893 ______________________________________

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    I guess its for make use of cookie's secure option. (Send cookie only when encryption (SSL) is enabled) I haven't look into code, so I can be wrong.

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    "Michael Champagne" <mchampagnecapis.com> wrote in message news:Pine.WNT.4.33.0103231700070.197-100000wkstn106.capis.com... > I noticed the setting session.cookie_secure in my php_info(), but could not > find anything mentioned about it in the documentation. Does anyone know what > this setting does? > > -- > Michael Champagne, Software Engineer > Capital Institutional Services, Inc. > wk: mchampagnecapis.com > hm: mchamptexas.net > > > > ****************************************************************** > This communication is for informational purposes only. It is not > intended as an offer or solicitation for the purchase or sale of > any financial instrument or as an official confirmation of any > transaction, unless specifically agreed otherwise. All market > prices, data and other information are not warranted as to > completeness or accuracy and are subject to change without > notice. Any comments or statements made herein do not > necessarily reflect the views or opinions of Capital Institutional > Services, Inc. Capital Institutional Services, Inc. accepts no > liability for any errors or omissions arising as a result of > transmission. Use of this communication by other than intended > recipients is prohibited. > ****************************************************************** > > -- > PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) > To unsubscribe, e-mail: php-general-unsubscribelists.php.net > For additional commands, e-mail: php-general-helplists.php.net > To contact the list administrators, e-mail: php-list-adminlists.php.net >

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    if($formSubmit) { echo "form submitted: $frmName"; //<= have you tried this to make sure $formSubmit is true? $newsSubmit = file("news.txt"); //RTM, your not using file() the way it's inteneded. $fp = fopen("news.txt", 'a'); //looks good fwrite($fp, $frmName); //looks good, but does $frmName contain anything? fclose($fb); //$newsSubmit is not a file pointer and should not be used as such, use $fp instead. } else {...

    good luck

    ""Dddogbruce (home.com)"" <ddogbrucehome.com> wrote in message news:3ABD8A9C.E20A93ADhome.com... > I've defined all the variables in the form, and have all the files.. > > <HTML> > <TITLE>Submit News</TITLE> > <BODY> > Your news has been processed and added to the main page. Thanks! > <? > if($formSubmit) { > $newsSubmit = file("news.txt"); > $fp = fopen("news.txt", 'a'); > fwrite($fp, $frmName); > fclose($newsSubmit); > } else { > include ("newsForm.php"); > } > ?> > </BODY> > </HTML> > > See any problems? It won't dump $frmName onto the .txt file. > > > -- > PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) > To unsubscribe, e-mail: php-general-unsubscribelists.php.net > For additional commands, e-mail: php-general-helplists.php.net > To contact the list administrators, e-mail: php-list-adminlists.php.net >

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    Your suggestions returned a parse error: I don't know.. I'm new to this. You said something about file(), could you explain that? Maybe that's the problem.

    <? if($formSubmit) { $newsSubmit = file("news.txt"); $fp = fopen("news.txt", 'a'); fwrite($fp, $frmName); fclose($newsSubmit); } else { include ("newsForm.php"); } ?>

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    All the variables are true. When I "post" the information to a nother file from the form, it works.

    This is the form script, if you're wondering..

    <HTML> <TITLE>Submit news</TITLE> <BODY> <form action="newSubmit.php" method="post"> <td>Name:</td> <td><input type="text" name="frmName" size="24"><br> <td>Email:</td> <td><input type="text" name="email" size="24"><br> <td>Subject:</td> <td><input type="text" name="subject" size="24"><br> Message: <textarea name="message" rows="8" cols="70"></textarea><br> <input type="submit" name ="formSubmit value="Submit"> </BODY> </HTML>

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    I've been trying to compile php4 on Windows.

    Almost there, but I haven't figured out how to resolve this, except to yank COM stuff out of the source.

    Haven't figured out how to compile oci8 either, but that's secondary to the initial obstical.

    With RC1 and the latest snaps, there are unresolved symboles in the compile:

    Linking... Creating library ..\Debug/php4nts_debug.lib and object ..\Debug/php4nts_debug.exp internal_functions_win32.obj : error LNK2001: unresolved external symbol _VARIANT_module_entry COM.obj : error LNK2001: unresolved external symbol _php_char_to_OLECHAR COM.obj : error LNK2001: unresolved external symbol _php_OLECHAR_to_char COM.obj : error LNK2001: unresolved external symbol _php_pval_to_variant COM.obj : error LNK2001: unresolved external symbol _php_variant_to_pval ..\Debug\php4nts_debug.dll : fatal error LNK1120: 5 unresolved externals Error executing link.exe.

    Please enlighten me.

    Thanks,

    -Joe

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    Anyone know why I get this warning?

    Warning: Bad escape sequence: \. in validate.inc.php on line 142

    CODE: Line 142: if (!eregi("index\.php",$PHP_SELF)) { blah blah blah; }

    I didn't know there was any other escape sequence possible in RegEx!

    I have error reporting set to error_reporting(32+16+8+4+2+1);

    and that's pretty picky error reporting. Still, I don't get what's wrong.

    K

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    Kristofer Widholm Web Pharmacy webpharmacybrokenhill.net 191 Grand Street, Brooklyn NY 11211 718.599.4893 ______________________________________

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    In article <p04320407b6e35b98ce1b[209.246.86.33]>, webpharmacybrokenhill.net (Kristofer Widholm) wrote:

    > Warning: Bad escape sequence: \. in validate.inc.php on line 142 > > CODE: > Line 142: if (!eregi("index\.php",$PHP_SELF)) { > blah blah blah; > } > > I didn't know there was any other escape sequence possible in RegEx!

    In a way, there is another "escape": using square braces.

    eregi("index[.]php",$PHP_SELF)

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    Hi all.

    Firstly apoligies to those on the list who receive every email to the general list in their inbox like I do :-)

    I've just spent a rather frustrating five days (15hrs/day) trying to compile php 4 for use both at the command line and within apache 1.3.12 (openssl/mod_ssl).

    I've scanned the lists and internet looking for solutions to the issue outlined in the subject above and have found the following solution, which I am posting for future refernce, so hopefully it will help others. This is the procedure I used to produce the php binary (CGI) but the mods to build the apache stuff are minimal.

    I haven't tested either of these yet but I think there are 2 options for the apache side of things: FOR APXS: --with-apxs=/usr/local/apache/bin/apxs (or wherever your apache source tree is) FOR STATIC?: --with-apache=../apache_1.3.12 (or wherever your apache source tree is)

    Add either line to the Build_php4 script below.

    If anything in here looks really wrong can somebody please modify it accordingly and repost it.

    If this is considered an inappropriate post, can somebody let me know a better place to put it (or even better a Web Site to put it on).

    The issue is with PHP not being able to find the compress and uncompress routines when calling/compiling using the MySQL libmysqlclient library. The 2 routines in questions belong to the Zlib compression. (The nm tool can be used to show that the routines are marked as "UNDEF" which means they are from another externally called library)

    The scenario/setup ------------------ SCO Openserver 5.0.5 mysql-3.23.28-gamma php-4.0.4pl1 (although I tried 4.0pl2 as well) apache_1.3.12 zlib_1.1.2

    Everything I build is from /usr/local/Build I use /usr/local (the default) for the --prefix option to configure scripts. I also have things like GD, OpenSSL, Mod_SSL, BerkeleyDB (what a drama) and a whole bunch of stuff froim the SCO Skunkware brigade (http://www.sco.com/skunkware).

    What I did (My scripts etc) ---------- The first tricky thing I found was to ensure that programs could find the libraries when required. Much searching of the NET came up with some things I have put into a script:

    -------/usr/local/bin/LD.sh------- #!/bin/sh

    LD_LIBRARY_PATH=/usr/lib:/lib:/usr/local/lib:/usr/ccs/lib:/usr/local/lib/mys ql LIBPATH=/usr/lib:/lib:/usr/local/lib:/usr/ccs/lib:/usr/local/lib/mysql SHLIB_PATH=/usr/lib:/lib:/usr/local/lib:/usr/ccs/lib:/usr/local/lib/mysql

    if [ -f /usr/local/openlink/openlink.sh ]; then . /usr/local/openlink/openlink.sh fi

    export LD_LIBRARY_PATH LIBPATH SHLIB_PATH ------------------------------------------

    I note that by default SCO looks for libraries in /lib and /usr/lib. Creating symbolic links from /usr/local/lib etc into /usr/lib also seems to work, rather than the variables. I am not a C programmer so I have no real idea what the 3 environment variables are and I believe that there is another one called LD_RUN_PATH as well, but I don't seem to need it. On the apache front, I modified my apachectl startup script to call this script with ". /usr/local/bin/LD.sh" (the dot is crucial) to import the variables into the script before starting apache so apache can find the libraries and openlink stuff as well. For Linux users this stuff is unnecessary (I think) as you can modify /etc/ld.so.conf to add any non standard directory like /usr/local/mysql/lib (the default I think). Then run ldconfig to rebuild the list (I can't remember if a reboot is necessary but I don't think so) and voila, linux can find the libraries required.

    MYSQL - with zlib compression enabled - my libz.* files reside in /usr/local/lib

    Configured MySQL ready to run make with the following script: ---------Build_mysql------------ rm -f config.cache ./configure \ --prefix=/usr/local \ --enable-assembler \ --enable-large-files \ --without-debug \ --with-comment \ --without-bench \ --with-named-z-libs=z \ --with-berkely-db=/usr/local --------------------------------

    PHP4 1) I modified the PHP configure script (using information from a previous post regarding modifying Makefiles) to add -lz (to have PHP include the Zlib libraries any time is uses mysql). In my case the relevant lines were: 25577 Changed From MYSQL_SHARED_LIBADD="-lmysqlclient $MYSQL_SHARED_LIBADD" Changed To MYSQL_SHARED_LIBADD="-lmysqlclient -lz $MYSQL_SHARED_LIBADD" 25657 Changed From LIBS="-lmysqlclient $LIBS" Changed To LIBS="-lmysqlclient -lz $LIBS"

    2) Configured PHP ready to run make with the following script: Most of the stuff is irrelevant to the issue and some of the options are ignored, but I haven't work out which ones yet. I think having the with-openlink line means the the without-iodbc line is ignored.

    ---------Build_php4------------- rm -f config.cache ./configure \ --with-openlink \ --with-zlib-dir=/usr/local \ --with-dbm \ --with-mysql=/usr/local \ --without-iodbc \ --enable-discard-path=yes \ --enable-magic-quotes=yes \ --enable-track-vars=yes \ --enable-memory-limit \ --enable-trans-sid \ --enable-versioning \ --enable-shared=yes \ --enable-static=no \ --disable-pear \ --disable-xml \ --disable-bcmath \ --disable-calendar \ --without-gd \ --without-cybercash \ --without-mod-dav \ --without-gdbm \ --without-ndbm \ --without-db2 \ --without-db3 \ --without-cdb \ --without-dom \ --without-gettext \ --without-hyperwave \ --without-icap \ --without-imap \ --without-ldap \ --without-mcal \ --without-mcrypt \ --without-mhash \ --without-custom-odbc \ --without-pdflib --------------------------------

    The php binary when installed (in mycase) in /usr/local/bin works and preforms all of the SELECT, UPDATE, DELETE stuff I have thrown at it so far.

    It you run the ldd command on it you get this.

    # ldd /usr/local/bin/php

    dynamic linker: /usr/local/bin/php: file loaded: /usr/lib/libiodbc.so dynamic linker: /usr/local/bin/php: file loaded: /usr/local/lib/mysql/libmysqlclient.so10 dynamic linker: /usr/local/bin/php: file loaded: /usr/local/lib/libz.so.1 dynamic linker: /usr/local/bin/php: file loaded: /usr/lib/libsocket.so.1 dynamic linker: /usr/local/bin/php: file loaded: /usr/lib/libc.so.1

    NOTES: There is probably a whole lot of stuff that is a bit wrong with what I have done above, but a functioning binary was all I was after. I would appreciate any feedback on this.

    Regards

    Grant Walters Brainbench 'Most Valuable Professional' for Unix Admin Walters & Associates, P O Box 13-043 Johnsonville, Wellington, NEW ZEALAND Telephone: +64 4 4765175, CellPhone 025488265, ICQ# 23511989

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    simple echo basename($PHP_SELF) or base_name check docu almir ""Erick Papadakis"" <erick_papadakisyahoo.com> schrieb im Newsbeitrag news:99foro$tig$1toye.p.sourceforge.net... > hi, > > i am using my program > > http://localhost/test.php > > inside this program is a form, which points to $PHP_SELF > > but, when i submit this form, the link actually becomes > > http://localhost/php/php.exe/test.php > > this results in some images not being displayed correctly! > > is there anyway i can disable this, and make the PHP SELF same as the > original? > > thanks/erick > > > > > > -- > PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) > To unsubscribe, e-mail: php-general-unsubscribelists.php.net > For additional commands, e-mail: php-general-helplists.php.net > To contact the list administrators, e-mail: php-list-adminlists.php.net >

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    Okey, sorry about that.

    Communicating with a servlet via http is not different from other php-http-methods:

    For example:

    # First declare some parameters which shall be sent to the Servlet/JSP

    $eqid = '1'; $oparameter = 'tablist'; $nocolumn = '1';

    $request = '?eqid=' . urlencode($eqid); $request .= '&oparameter=' . urlencode($oparameter); $request .= '&nocolumn=' . urlencode($nocolumn);

    # Then it is just a simple as reading a file via http (NOTE! the client does not care whether it is a file or a stream)

    # To be able to access the server I must also submit a userId and a pwd.

    $elements = file("xxx.partitur.se/servlets/XQuery">http://userid:pwdxxx.partitur.se/servlets/XQuery".$request);

    Then all you have to do is to iterate the returned array (there are many way ie: for ($i = 0; $i < sizeof($elements); $i++)).

    If you want to split the stream with a RE you can try to use a method like this one:

    function readandsplit($filename, $separator) { $fd = fopen($filename, "r"); $contents = ""; $chunksize = 1000; do { $tmpstr = fread ($fd, $chunksize); $contents = $contents.$tmpstr; } while (strlen($tmpstr) == $chunksize); fclose($fd);

    # And for example use the preg_split-method which takes the RE and splits the string $elements=preg_split($separator, $contents);

    return($elements); }

    By from Stockholm, Sweden!

    / Jeppe

    Krznaric Michael <mkrznaricrand.com> skrev i diskussionsgruppsmeddelandet:81A3043681E6824EBE672F7421C30E7E2A1952SRVTORON TO.RAND.COM... So tell us?

    Mike

    -----Original Message----- From: Jesper Blomstrm [mailto:jeppepartitur.se] Sent: Monday, March 19, 2001 4:51 PM To: php-generallists.php.net Subject: SV: [PHP] PHP vs Servlet

    I found out how to do it.

    Thx anyway

    / J

    Jesper Blomström <jeppepartitur.se> skrev i diskussionsgruppsmeddelandet:3AB6293B.688FFF3Apartitur.se... > Hi! > > I am sure you have a solution to this... > > How shall I communicate with a servlet from PHP? > I have a servlet which makes a DB-query and returns the > result. > > Thanks! > > > > / Jeppe > > > > -- > Jesper Blomström > jeppepartitur.se > Arbete: 08-566 280 08 > Hem: 08-669 23 10 > Mobil: 070-30 24 911 > > -- > PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) > To unsubscribe, e-mail: php-general-unsubscribelists.php.net > For additional commands, e-mail: php-general-helplists.php.net > To contact the list administrators, e-mail: php-list-adminlists.php.net >

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    I am having some problems getting PDF support enabled with PHP4.04pl1

    Using FreeBSD 4.2, Apache 1.3.9, PHP4.04pl1 and Pdflib 3.0

    When doing a PHP ./configure, I see :

    Checking whether to include Pdflib 3.x support... /usr/local yes (and) creating ext/pdf/Makefile

    when doing a make, I see:

    making all in pdf

    When doing a make install, I see:

    Making install in pdf

    But when running the standard example code through MS I.E 5.5, I see

    Fatal error: Call to undefined function: pdf_new() in /usr/www/htdocs/index.html on line 6

    Anyone any ideas on this one ?

    Regards

    Phil.

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    Is it possible?

    Have anyone made a script that allows you to grab a file from another URL directly from the server so that you don't need to download the file and upload it again?

    Chua Zhi Hon aka. Zeus ------------------------------------- Founder/CEO, Frozened Network "We provide you with the tools needed to setup an online business" http://www.frozened.com Editorial, paGn.net http://www.pagn.net

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    how do i write to the beginning of a file instead of the end?

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    On Sun, Mar 25, 2001 at 03:39:28AM -0800, adam wrote:

    > how do i write to the beginning of a file instead of the end?

    fseek will help. With it you con move the pointer to the file beginning.

    http://www.php.net/manual/en/function.fseek.php will have details.

    -fkr

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    heyo,

    http://devhome.net/php/tutorials/230101.html

    will be nice

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    Hello, i am writing a script to read out the apaches´ access.log. Now i want to set a counter when the following String includes the expression "MAR" "test.php" "a=5" and "d=6901" 127.0.0.1 - - [21/Mar/2001:21:19:17 +0100] "GET /test.php?a=5&b=4&c=42&d=6901 HTTP/1.1" 200 54 can someone tell me how i can realize this? Thanks a lot list!!

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    Hi! I wonder if it is possible to delete a file using unlink and a time function. I wont the file to be automtically unlinked after a month.

    I am very thankful for any help.

    Regards Jan Grafstrom

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    On Sunday 25 March 2001 15:45, you wrote: > Hi! > I wonder if it is possible to delete a file using unlink and a time > function. > I wont the file to be automtically unlinked after a month.

    man cron man tmpreaper

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    CPU not found. retry, abort, ignore?

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    Joe,

    I love you!! (In a 'Happy I now have something working' sort of way of course) :)

    It hasn't finished (it's still running now), but it is sure going *alot* further than it had before.

    -ken

    -----Original Message----- From: Joe Brown [mailto:joebrownsomewhere.com] Sent: Thursday, March 22, 2001 5:33 PM To: php-generallists.php.net Subject: Re: [PHP] ODBC & Oracle

    There is a timeout, that should halt a script if it runs too long. If you can, check php.ini set max_execution_time to something greater than 30 seconds, see if that helps.

    ""Brooks, Ken"" <KBrooksnetEPS.com> wrote in message news:AB148893DC60D211B2CA000083627B0206ED3C8Fwiueex02.neteps.com... > I thought maybe the php script was running to fast for the network > connection. > So i put in a sleep(1) > It still only ran for about the same amount of time (less records pulled of > course). > > Could it be losing the connection instead because of lack of activity? > > Would a persistent connection make any difference? > > -----Original Message----- > From: Brooks, Ken [mailto:KBrooksnetEPS.com] > Sent: Thursday, March 22, 2001 4:04 PM > To: php-generallists.php.net > Subject: [PHP] ODBC & Oracle > > > Are there any limitations on how many records I can pull from an Oracle > Database > over ODBC? > > I have it pulling one record just fine, but when I tell it to pull all > records, > which should be about 75,000, it only gets about 600 or so. > > Does the php script time out (i'm running it thru a web browser). > > What could it be?... > > thanks, > ken > > -- > PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) > To unsubscribe, e-mail: php-general-unsubscribelists.php.net > For additional commands, e-mail: php-general-helplists.php.net > To contact the list administrators, e-mail: php-list-adminlists.php.net > > -- > PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) > To unsubscribe, e-mail: php-general-unsubscribelists.php.net > For additional commands, e-mail: php-general-helplists.php.net > To contact the list administrators, e-mail: php-list-adminlists.php.net >

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    Thank you Michael. I will look for mime_mail classes.

    "Michael Hall" <listsmulga.com.au> wrote in message news:Pine.LNX.4.10.10103251110520.23086-100000localhost.localdomain... > > I'm not sure about including them in the mail function as such, but it can > certainly be done using one of several mime_mail classes that are around. > I don't have one handy right now but you can find them by searching the > php archives > and/or the annotated php manual. I know the one by Schumann and > Ratschiller works OK. > > > Mick > > On Sun, 25 Mar 2001, BlackLord wrote: > > > Is there anyway to include attachments in mail() function? > > > > If you give a small example, it will be great. > > > > Thanks > > > > > > > > -- > > PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) > > To unsubscribe, e-mail: php-general-unsubscribelists.php.net > > For additional commands, e-mail: php-general-helplists.php.net > > To contact the list administrators, e-mail: php-list-adminlists.php.net > > > > > > > > -- > PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) > To unsubscribe, e-mail: php-general-unsubscribelists.php.net > For additional commands, e-mail: php-general-helplists.php.net > To contact the list administrators, e-mail: php-list-adminlists.php.net >

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    I know this is completely stupid but how can i take something with a single quote ' and replace it in the string with \'

    Ex: Bain's Deli to Bain\'s Deli

    $fieldcontents = strtr($fieldcontents, "'", "\\\'"); -or- $fieldcontents = strtr($fieldcontents, "'", "\\'"); doesn't work. I feel dumb, but my brain isn't going yet this morning.

    Thanks, ken

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    Nevermind, stumbled across addslashes().

    What a wonderful language. :)

    -ken

    -----Original Message----- From: Brooks, Ken [mailto:KBrooksnetEPS.com] Sent: Sunday, March 25, 2001 10:45 AM To: php-generallists.php.net Subject: [PHP] String Functions (replace)

    I know this is completely stupid but how can i take something with a single quote ' and replace it in the string with \'

    Ex: Bain's Deli to Bain\'s Deli

    $fieldcontents = strtr($fieldcontents, "'", "\\\'"); -or- $fieldcontents = strtr($fieldcontents, "'", "\\'"); doesn't work. I feel dumb, but my brain isn't going yet this morning.

    Thanks, ken

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    Yo! Does anyone know how I can change a line in a textfile? I want to find a specific line, and then change it a bit...

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    Hi!

    This is what you want:

    http://www.php.net/manual/en/function.preg-replace.php

    The preg_replace-method uses a ordinary RE to search and replace.

    Hoppas det går vägen!

    / Jeppe

    Jimmy Bäckström <broder_bchello.se> skrev i diskussionsgruppsmeddelandet:001901c0b543$329648c0$554d59d5broder... Yo! Does anyone know how I can change a line in a textfile? I want to find a specific line, and then change it a bit...

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    I'm thinking about building a PHP script that loads an entire database on a weekly basis, based on a text catalog.

    The reason I'm doing it, it's because the catalog is too generic and has lots off stuff to be done in it (such as lots of string replacements and 'fixing') before I can really parse it and create the insert statements.

    The doubt I have is this: it's kinda of BIG catalog, I'm talking about more than 20MB of text files, and I have to 'clean' the whole DB and load it entirely again (I don't make the rules, this is how it works)... I'm worried about the time it will take and the memory it'll cost, so I was thinking of a step-by-step solution, like break the process into several 'steps' that of course would be carried out automatically.

    Like I'd have <?php do this this this and that reload the page to go to the next step ?>

    So... just by reloading the page, I get a good 'memory cleaning' so I can be sure everything is going to get carried out??... there are steps that I'm worried about taking over 30min to finish, like loading the main table with 140.000 rows...

    thanks... ____________________________ . Christian Dechery (lemming) . http://www.tanamesa.com.br . Gaita-L Owner / Web Developer

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    I don't know exactly what you are asking.

    But I'm running a script as we speak that is pulling 75000+ rows from an oracle database over ODBC (from a remote server) and creating a table in a local mysql database, dumping all records into it.

    -ken

    -----Original Message----- From: Christian Dechery [mailto:lemmingvento.com.br] Sent: Sunday, March 25, 2001 10:53 AM To: php-generallists.php.net Subject: [PHP] huge time/memory consuming script

    I'm thinking about building a PHP script that loads an entire database on a weekly basis, based on a text catalog.

    The reason I'm doing it, it's because the catalog is too generic and has lots off stuff to be done in it (such as lots of string replacements and 'fixing') before I can really parse it and create the insert statements.

    The doubt I have is this: it's kinda of BIG catalog, I'm talking about more than 20MB of text files, and I have to 'clean' the whole DB and load it entirely again (I don't make the rules, this is how it works)... I'm worried about the time it will take and the memory it'll cost, so I was thinking of a step-by-step solution, like break the process into several 'steps' that of course would be carried out automatically.

    Like I'd have <?php do this this this and that reload the page to go to the next step ?>

    So... just by reloading the page, I get a good 'memory cleaning' so I can be sure everything is going to get carried out??... there are steps that I'm worried about taking over 30min to finish, like loading the main table with 140.000 rows...

    thanks... ____________________________ . Christian Dechery (lemming) . http://www.tanamesa.com.br . Gaita-L Owner / Web Developer

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    > Have you looked into javascript/java?

    This client has worked up a Power Point slide presentation that he wants me to duplicate on the web. I had a PHP solution that was working fine, but then he decided to jazz up his Power Point presentation some. The adding a single line of text at time didn't seem to complicated so I was going to see if I could find a PHP solution to it that would work with all browsers. But now he's decided that he wants motion involved with it too, so I guess I'll start learning a little more about FLASH. I did discover I have an Adobe program I have can use to create FLASH files so I guess I'll try that route and just warn him that he may be eliminating some web visitors this way (actually I'll probably keep the old PHP slide show and give them an option).

    Thanks everyone for your input into this. Greg

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    Is it just me, or do parse errors get reported by the engine even if you use your own error handler?

    I've registered my own error handler with "set_error_handler()", but it doesn't get called on parse errors -- the manual seems to hint that this is the case (without actually saying it), and I searched the list archives and came across someone who hacked the PHP source to make parse errors get passed to the error handler. Anyone know for sure?

    Dean.