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 parse error, unexpected T_STRING
Author:  (67.50.46.---)
Date:   08-13-04 07:00

we are using freebsd 5.2 with apache 1.3.31 / php 4.3.7

either the apache or php will randomly change characters in the code
generating errors such as this:
PHP Warning: Unexpected character in input: ' in
/home/veracart/phplib/catalog.inc.php on line 837
PHP Warning: Unexpected character in input: ' (ASCII=8) state=1 in
/home/veracart/phplib/secure.inc.php on line 21

This one i went to that line of code line 53, and there was nothing
wrong at all with the code, then hit refresh
on the browser and the page loaded fine. Just randomly replaced a { with
a ) character....
PHP Parse error: parse error, unexpected '{', expecting ')' in
/home/veracart/includes/local.inc.php on line 53

Has anyone got these errors and how do you get rid of it???
Please email me if you have an answer.
Small reward for an answer to this question.

 Re: parse error, unexpected T_STRING
Author:  (---.cpe.net.cable.roger)
Date:   08-14-04 18:51

try posting the code, my mindreading skills have been degraded by beer tonight

 Re: parse error, unexpected T_STRING
Author:  (67.50.46.---)
Date:   08-16-04 09:21

it doesn't matter what code.
it happens on any page.
we think it could be a buffer overrun problem with apache.
we restart apache and it doesn't seem to happen as much.
but if we let it go for a few hours then it gets worse.
if we restart apache every hour.
it seems to not come up but a few times.

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