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#99 class-names are stored in wrong way

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nobody
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2004-05-21
2004-05-21
David Seidel
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I have tested the code below and got a strange behaviour:

class Test {
public function __construct() {
print_r(get_class($this));
}
}

$test = new Test();

// Starting apache with php5RC2 and mmcache
// 1. try:
// output: Test

// 2. try:
// output: test

It seems, that mmcache stores the class-names in
case-insensitive style, but PHP5 does it in
case-sensitive style.

Discussion

  • V@no
    V@no
    2004-07-18

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    I dont know if this was the same for me, but I had some
    problems with classes on Apache2+PHP5.0.0+MMCache 2.4.6/7
    but after recompilling PHP without --enable-zend-multibyte
    it fixed the problem...

     
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    In php5 get_class() return all class names in lower case.
    this behavior is independent from using mmcache