ID: 25933
Updated by: [email]wezphp.net[/email]
Reported By: flape at pobox dot sk
-Status: Bogus
+Status: Feedback
Bug Type: Filesystem function related
Operating System: Win2K
PHP Version: 4.3.3
New Comment:

It should work with file handles.
Try removing the stream_set_blocking() call: stream_select() will give
you an indication if an operation would block - if it is set to
non-blocking, it is possible that your OS is telling you it has nothing
to do.



Previous Comments:
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[2003-11-03 07:44:41] flape at pobox dot sk

According to the definition of a stream - in the very first paragraf of
the topic Strem functions - the file is stream too, so the
stream_select function should be able to handle the file handle too.

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[2003-10-30 21:07:03] [email]sniperphp.net[/email]

What use would this be with file handles? Not bug.


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[2003-10-21 08:30:43] flape at pobox dot sk

Description:
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stream_select aplied on a file handle - that is told to be a stream too
- emiadelly returns.

Reproduce code:
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<?
$fh = fopen('debug.txt','r+');
stream_set_blocking($fh ,false);
$ra = array($fh);
while(true){
while(0 == stream_select($ra,$w = NULL,$e = NULL,20))
$text = fgets($fh,10);
echo $text;

flush();
ob_flush();

}
fclose($fh);
?>


Expected result:
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It should prit the context of debug.txt and everithing what was added
to that file after starting the script.

Actual result:
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Warning: stream_select(): unable to select [0]: No error in
c:\temp\htdocs\debug.php on line 7


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