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Dec 11, 2001

  1. Update headers.

    authored December 11, 2001

Jul 28, 2001

  1. Redesigned thread safety mechanism - nua nua

    authored July 28, 2001

Jul 27, 2001

  1. - Get rid of ELS_*(), and use TSRMLS_*() instead.

    - Move to the new ts_allocate_id() API
    This patch is *bound* to break some files, as I must have had typos somewhere.
    If you use any uncommon extension, please try to build it...
    authored July 27, 2001

Feb 26, 2001

  1. - Fix copyright notices with 2001

    authored February 26, 2001

Dec 12, 2000

  1. Stanislav Malyshev

    Fix #7987: POST/GET: string with \0(%00) values not parsed correctly

    authored December 12, 2000

Nov 07, 2000

  1. @- In CGI mode, $HTTP_SERVER_VARS now includes all of the environment…

    … variables
    @  as well (Zeev)
    authored November 07, 2000

Sep 11, 2000

  1. Stanislav Malyshev

    Add additional parameter to parse_str for saving result (thanks to

    John Bafford <>)
    @ Added second parameter for parse_str to save result (John Bafford)
    authored September 11, 2000

Jul 24, 2000

  1. Changed lots of PHP 3 licence headers to PHP 4, mainly in .h files.

    Added a few RCS $Id$ tags.
    # Note: I have avoided changing any .h files if the corresponding .c file
    # had not already been changed as I am not sure if there are any legal
    # issues here. So some extensions still have PHP 3 headers.
    authored July 24, 2000

Jul 02, 2000

  1. Change header protection macros to conform to standard.

    Draft 3 of IEEE 1003.1 200x, "2.2 The Compilation Environment"
      All identifiers that begin with an underscore and either an uppercase
      letter or another underscore are always reserved for any use by the
    authored July 02, 2000

Feb 19, 2000

  1. Worked on beautifying rfc1867.c a bit

    @- Introduced $HTTP_POST_FILES[], that contains information about files uploaded
    @  through HTTP upload (Zeev)
    authored February 19, 2000

Feb 17, 2000

  1. Make POST handling the way it should be. RFC1867, and any future POST…

    … handlers we might
    have in the future now obey to the variables_order directive, and there's a real way modular
    way to handle POST content.
    This is all untested, BEFORE_SAPI_POST_PATCH_17_FEB_2000 tagged before submission
    @- Made multipart/form-data content obey to the variables_order directive (Zeev)
    authored February 17, 2000

Jan 29, 2000

  1. - Change the argument order of php_register_variable() to something more

    - Make the authentication variables be a part of the HTTP_SERVER_VARS[] array
    authored January 29, 2000

Jan 28, 2000

  1. Tried to centralize global variable registration as much as possible:

    - Added $HTTP_ENV_VARS[] and $HTTP_SERVER_VARS[] support, which similarly
      to $HTTP_GET_VARS[], contain environment and server variables.  Setting
      register_globals to Off will now also prevent registration of the
      environment and server variables into the global scope (Zeev)
    - Renamed gpc_globals to register_globals (Zeev)
    - Introduced variables_order that deprecates gpc_order, and allows control
      over the server and environment variables, in addition to GET/POST/Cookies
    authored January 28, 2000
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