Getting warning of query corruption when detect.php run on command line #32

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joedevon opened this Issue Sep 28, 2010 · 2 comments

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There's a header(); command which I somehow doubt is supposed to work on the command line ;)

The purpose of this is to test that query strings aren't corrupted by the server. IMO,
detect_query_corruption($r, $body); should NOT be called on the command line.

Fixed in my fork: http://github.com/joedevon/php-openid/blob/master/examples/detect.php

Kinda new to this type of collaboration and git. What do I do now? A pull request?

@dinacel dinacel pushed a commit to dinacel/php-openid that referenced this issue Jul 30, 2011

Ouroboros Fixing issue #32 : openid#32 170d050

@rodrigoprimo rodrigoprimo added a commit to rodrigoprimo/php-openid that referenced this issue Oct 11, 2012

@rodrigoprimo rodrigoprimo Fixing issue #32 : openid#32 a9b4e1d
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rodrigoprimo commented Oct 11, 2012

Pull request: #78

@marcoceppi marcoceppi added a commit that referenced this issue Oct 11, 2012

@marcoceppi marcoceppi Merge pull request #78 from rodrigosprimo/master
Fixed issue #32
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marcoceppi closed this Oct 11, 2012

@yfebles yfebles pushed a commit to yfebles/php-openid that referenced this issue Jun 2, 2017

@jasny jasny Merge pull request #32 from Octen/configuration-cache-options
Adding configuration for cache by options
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