From: luttgens at fusl dot ac dot be
Operating system: Mac OS 10.2.6
PHP version: 4.3.2
PHP Bug Type: Session related
Bug description: session_regenerate_id does not call user-defined session functions

Some testings tend to show that session_regenerate_id() doesn't call any
of the user functions defined through session_set_save_handler().

Should it really be the case (apologies if I'm wrong), I'm wondering if
this is a desirable behavior.

I tend to consider this as a bug, as the concept of transparent session
handling through user-defined functions gets broken:
session_regenerate_id() becomes a special case that needs ad-hoc handling
to keep in touch with whatever otherwise happens through session_start(),
session_destroy() etc.

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