# Should the LICENSE and Zend/LICENSE dates be updated too?
This patch properly fixes support for CGI in PHP. For backwards compatible broken behaviour, cgi.fix_pathinfo can be set to zero in php.ini. CGI failed to work under apache at all, either using the cgi-script directive or as a ScriptAlias setup. Typicaly it would try to parse itself. This will still happen if you dissable fix_pathinfo, and set DISCARD_PATH. This also fixes PATH_INFO, and finally we can run pres2 under cgi or fastcgi. This patch has been tested under Apache 1.3, 2.0, IIS, as both cgi and fastcgi, on Windows and OSX. A followup patch with build stuff for linux will follow.
There are 2-3 third-party libs in PHP which use DEBUG and I left them this way (primary example is pcrelib). - Please test things and Andrei, can you check that pcrelib stopped printing the warning messages?
…ined in process.h as getpid(void) and thus having an arugment. We might need to define a php_getpid() function to wrap getpid().
…ctions are not renamed to their prefixed variants. PR: #3535
Remove mostly all references to APACHE and CGI_BINARY from the code. - Apache include files are no longer included by any PHP code, except for the Apache SAPI module. - No server specific code is in any of the base PHP code. Still left to be done: - Eliminate any references to APACHE from the few remaining modules. - Move request_info.c's logic to SAPI - Modify the regex function names, and globals, so that we can always include them, without having to fear any interference with Apache; Always use the bundled regex library