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No table names shown on PHP 7.3 #14

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levelsio opened this issue Dec 7, 2018 · 5 comments

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commented Dec 7, 2018

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We just upgraded to PHP 7.3 and phpLiteAdmin 1.9.7 doesn't show table names anymore.

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commented Dec 7, 2018

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commented Dec 7, 2018

Thanks for reporting. I currently don't have a PHP 7.3 here. Could you please turn on debug mode ($debug=true in the config) and post any error messages shown?`

And you can also have a try with the devlopment version http://www.phpliteadmin.org/phpliteadmin-dev.zip - maybe it is already fixed there

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commented Dec 7, 2018

Thanks for reporting. I currently don't have a PHP 7.3 here. Could you please turn on debug mode ($debug=true in the config) and post any error messages shown?`

And you can also have a try with the devlopment version http://www.phpliteadmin.org/phpliteadmin-dev.zip - maybe it is already fixed there

Here you go:

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commented Dec 7, 2018

Thank you. I just tried to reproduce this, but could not so far:
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This is a PHP 7.3.0 on Windows with the built-in webserver running phpLiteAdmin 1.9.7.1 without problem.

Instead, I found another error that occurs in PHP 7.3 when creating a new database. I just fixed that in the development version.

I guess I will set up an Ubuntu 18.04 with the PHP 7.3 from deb.sury.org to get a similar environement as you have.

Can you please tell me what this PHP outputs for you?
<?php var_dump(ENT_QUOTES); ?>

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commented Dec 30, 2018

Hi @crazy4chrissi, sorry for the late reply.

I think it's actually a PHP 7.3 issue. I can't be 100% here but we've also been experiencing a ton of other issues and reverted back to 7.2 for now. I'm sure you can replicate if you install the same version from deb.sury.org. Their bug tracker also lists a ton of issues re: Opcache.

Thanks for looking into it and we'll see if future updates fix it.

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