>From: "Bruce Bailey" <bruce1828hotmail.com>
>Subject: [PHP-DEV] PHP dumps core loading extension
>Date: Fri, 25 Jul 2003 10:55:50 -0700
>I hope this is the right place for this type of question. If not, please
>let me know a more appropriate forum.
>I have a PHP extension (written in C) that calls a utility library that I
>wrote in C++. For my testing and debugging, I have been trying to exercise
>my code using PHP from the command line (‘/usr/bin/php’). For some reason,
>PHP dumps core (segmentation fault) when I try to use any of my functions.
>Even if my php script is simply <?php phpinfo(); ?>. At this point, I’m
>not even calling any of my C++ utility functions, PHP_MINIT_FUNCTION(myext)
>and PHP_RINIT_FUNCTION(myext) are essentially no-ops, and
>PHP_MINFO_FUNCTION(myext) has only constant asciiz strings. My phpinfo()
>still dumps core.
>To load my utility library, I have a config.m4 line:
>When I comment out the ‘PHP_EVAL_LIBLINE’, the phpinfo() functions works
>I have used the C++ utility library for several years, outside of the
>context of PHP with no problems, even when calling from a C mainline.
>Has anyone seen this before?
>Any suggestions as to what might be strategy for debugging this?
>Where else can I look for information that might be useful?
>Thanks in advance,
>Configure Command => './configure' '--target=' '--prefix=/bjb'
>'--with-apxs=/bjb/home/www_serv/bin/apxs' '--with-gd' '--with-zlib'
>'--with-pdflib=/home/jeb/target/bjb' '--with-enable-dba' '--with-cdb'
>DIGITAL C++ V6.1-027 on DIGITAL UNIX V4.0 (Rev. 1229)
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