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|ID||Project||Category||View Status||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0003457||mantisbt||webpage||public||2003-12-11 17:26||2004-12-11 03:02|
|Fixed in Version||0.19.2|
|Summary||0003457: PHP5 issues|
I'm not sure if this is related to PHP5 or not, but it behaves quite weird.
Has mantis been tested on PHP5 yet?
|Tags||No tags attached.|
|related to||0004910||closed||jlatour||Upgrade ADODB from v3.50 to v4.54|
|related to||0004911||closed||vboctor||db_prepare_string() doesn't work with mysqli|
|parent of||0004745||closed||vboctor||PHP 5 array_merge() change causes errors|
|has duplicate||0003631||closed||grangeway||apache2 crash win php5b4|
|child of||0004818||closed||vboctor||Mantis 0.19.2 release|
Which version of Mantis are you using? There was some issues with cookies that were fixed in 0.18.0aX. Hence, it is recommended to use 0.18.0 release.
I don't think any of the core development team tested Mantis on PHP5 yet.
0.18.0-CVS, latest released version at the sf download page. (downloaded from sf.net yesterday).
suggest documenting known working combos / non-working combos of php and mantis, adding warning to admin/check.php
I'm preety sure that this bug has nothing to do with PHP5 - it's somehow bug in IE browser with inproper headers sent. I came to this solution long time ago and now I reminded this issue.
So this is, I think, related to no-cache headers sent to browser. I changed this in file ./core.php in line 102
header( 'Pragma: no-cache' );
to my tested headers:
header("Expires: Mon, 26 Jul 1997 05:00:00 GMT");
and it works all great. Please consider this.
This bug is really annoying and is causing to load blank white page (you can't even see the source!) in IE (I tested it in IE 6). It affects random pages - I have'nt noticed any relations beetwen this "blanks".
I use Mantis 0.19.0 version.
I have been recently testing Mantis CVS (post 0.19.1) on Apache 2 / PHP 5.0.2. There was two main issues:
After fixing these issues, Mantis seems to be working without problems with PHP 5 and Apache 2. So I think 0.19.2 will officially support PHP 5 / Apache 2.
|2003-12-11 17:26||kaos||New Issue|
|2003-12-11 22:46||vboctor||Note Added: 0004790|
|2003-12-12 10:40||kaos||Note Added: 0004791|
|2003-12-12 21:06||epu||Note Added: 0004792|
|2004-07-23 17:28||grangeway||Relationship added||has duplicate 0003631|
|2004-07-24 08:35||grangeway||Relationship added||child of 0004181|
|2004-08-07 11:05||jlatour||Status||new => acknowledged|
|2004-10-22 07:16||thraxisp||Relationship added||parent of 0004745|
|2004-10-22 16:23||dooshek||Note Added: 0008145|
|2004-12-01 07:26||vboctor||Assigned To||=> vboctor|
|2004-12-01 07:27||vboctor||Relationship added||related to 0004910|
|2004-12-01 07:27||vboctor||Relationship added||related to 0004911|
|2004-12-01 07:28||vboctor||Relationship deleted||child of 0004181|
|2004-12-01 07:32||vboctor||Status||acknowledged => resolved|
|2004-12-01 07:32||vboctor||Fixed in Version||=> 0.19.2|
|2004-12-01 07:32||vboctor||Resolution||open => fixed|
|2004-12-01 07:32||vboctor||Note Added: 0008473|
|2004-12-01 07:32||vboctor||Relationship added||child of 0004818|
|2004-12-11 03:02||vboctor||Status||resolved => closed|