Main Changes: - Implement a socket transport layer for use by all code that needs to open some kind of "special" socket for network or IPC. - Extensions can register (and override) transports. - Implement ftruncate() on streams via the ioctl-alike option interface. - Implement mmap() on streams via the ioctl-alike option interface. - Implement generic crypto API via the ioctl-alike option interface. (currently only supports OpenSSL, but could support other SSL toolkits, and other crypto transport protocols). Impact: - tcp sockets can be overloaded by the openssl capable sockets at runtime, removing the link-time requirement for ssl:// and https:// sockets and streams. - checking stream types using PHP_STREAM_IS_SOCKET is deprecated, since there are now a range of possible socket-type streams. Working towards: - socket servers using the new transport layer - mmap support under win32 - Cleaner code. # I will be updating the win32 build to add the new files shortly # after this commit.
fixes a warning on unixware
… up a bit. Need a dynamic check for the language scanner.
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2) Solved a memory leak when the return_value variable passed by reference is not an integer in system()/exec()/passthru(). 3) Solved a bug in exec(), which would make it append to the 2nd parameter (passed by reference) if the parameter is an array instead of overwriting it. 4) Changed the code to use the streams code, resulting in a smaller code base. 5) Various cleanups resulting in reduction of overall code base inside the file by ~ 1/3. 6) Speed improvements of ~2.5 times compared to previous performance (based on attached PHP script).
the sendmail deamon on a per-vhost base. The value in this ini setting will override all extra commands passed as the 5th parameter to mail() and will work in Safe Mode. @- Added an extra ini setting (mail_force_extra_paramaters) which forces @ the addition of the specified parameters to be passed as extra @ parameters to the sendmail binary. These parameters will always replace @ the value of the 5th parameter to mail(), even in safe mode. (Derick)
…ases makes it a little faster too.