Description of Problem:
using php-4.0.6-7, php pages using bcdiv() encounter errors:
Fatal error: Call to undefined function: bcdiv() in [filename]
This is rather odd, as http://www.php.net/manual/en/function.bcdiv.php seems to
state that bcdiv(0 is in php > 4.0.0 .
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
always. All night.
Steps to Reproduce:
view a php file of the following content under apache on RH72:
<? $outpt = bcdiv("3","4",2); ?>
Fatal error: Call to undefined function: bcdiv() in
/home/bishop/public_html/test.php on line 2
works on 3.0.18, and any other PHP4 implementation. Something fishy is afoot.
argh. s/$outpt =/echo/ in my example for code I used on my RH62 box.
That version of php wasn't compiled with --enable-bcmath hence those functio
calls aren't available.
If I get time I'll try and get an errata out that does, however, I'm very busy
with other work for php 4.1.1
Hey, I'll save you the trouble: 4.0.6-13 *is* built with --enable-bc-math or so.
The only problems with 4.0.6-13 is:
- it's RawHide, and apparently even RH doesn't recommend they be used
for anything other than bleeding-edge masochists.
- it requires about a gazillion OTHER rawhide packages, because it was
built on a system with all those libraries installed. Were Terpstra
to find out about something like this, he'd rant yet more on
Against my better judgement *and* the apparent RH statement regarding the
potential instability of RawHide packages (for purposes of liabilility 8-), I
grabbed 4.0.6-13, rebuilt it on my bare 7.2 + updates box, and installed it.
This 406 package provided both bcmath and gmpmath functions, so it was a win.
Now. If you can rebuild that package on a box without all the extra crap in
there and get 406-13 blessed with the Errata stamp becuase it's a compatibility
error, we can all be happy. 8-)
(thanks for the reply, btw, the turnaround was really good for a Monday)
whoa, slow up there. Did an errata release come out? RawHide isn't support, or
so I hear, and I need something that's supported.
Well, it's queued up for errata
That was supposed to read 'supportED'. I just realized that my error could be
misread; please, no slur intended on RH Support.
(Hey, I may need a job some day, and the LAST thing I need to hear is "Well, we
liked your resume, and the juggling of sharp knives *was* impressive; now tell
us about Bugzilla #58876....")
So, what's the typical schedule after being queued? A week, a month? Heck,
after the Superbowl, I *need* another over-under on which to bet...
Errata due in the next few days