Where Do I Go to Report XAMPP Bugs?

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Where Do I Go to Report XAMPP Bugs?

Postby KallistaAEnvarou » 17. July 2008 13:52

I have been racking my brain in an attempt to figure out why a particular set of code has been executing when it's not supposed to [and thus inserting data into my database where it's not supposed to], and I have come to determine that the fault is XAMPP and not my code since I tested the unaltered code on my live server and got the expected results. Where can I go to report this bug?
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Postby Wiedmann » 17. July 2008 13:57

Where can I go to report this bug?

You can descripe the bug?
- the bug is in Apache, MySQL, PHP?
- if PHP: (small!) example script, error message, faulty function.
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Postby KallistaAEnvarou » 18. July 2008 08:37

Let me just provide the offending code and applicable user-defined functions.

Offending code
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$file='/';
session_start();
include('rsfunctions.php');
$cookieval=$_COOKIE['sessionid'];
$ip=$_SERVER['REMOTE_ADDR'];
$browser=$_SERVER['HTTP_USER_AGENT'];
if($cookieval)
{
   $_SESSION['set']=0;
   sqlopen('s','users',__LINE__);
   if(!sqlrows("SELECT * FROM cookieinfo WHERE cookieid='".$_COOKIE['sessionid']."' AND ip='".$ip."' AND browser='".$browser."'",__LINE__))
   {
      setcookie('sessionid',0,1);
      refresh();
   }
   sqlclose(__LINE__);
}
else
{
   //The code in this section executes no matter what I do.
   if($_SESSION['set'])
   {
      $_SESSION['set']=0;
      die("You must have cookies set to use this website.");
   }
   else
   {
      $key="";
      $pattern='ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ1234567890';
      for($k=0;$k<36;$k++)
      {
         $key.=$pattern[rand(0,35)];
      }
      sqlopen('is','users',__LINE__);
      if(!sqlrows("SELECT * FROM cookieinfo WHERE cookieid='$key'",__LINE__))
      {
         if(!$cookieval)
         {
            setcookie('sessionid',$key,time()+365.25*24*60*60);
            sql("INSERT INTO cookieinfo VALUES('$key','".$ip."','".$browser."','".$lastuser."')",__LINE__); //This line inserts even if I write the function definition instead.
            refresh();
         }
      }
      sqlclose(__LINE__);
   }
}


Applicable functions
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function dieerror($message,$file,$line) //void type
{
   /*
   Function Statement:   Prints out a standard die message for mysql_query failures
   1.   Input
      $message
         formal parameter passed to function
         varying part of the message
      $file
         formal parameter passed to function
         file name of the error
      $line
         formal parameter passed to function
         line number of the error
   2.   Process
      Concatenate message inside die() function
   3.   Output
      Standard message with termination of script
   */
   die($message.' on '.$line.' in '.$file.': '.mysql_error());
}

function refresh()
{
   /*
   Function Statement:   Does a silent page refresh
   1.   Input
      $_SERVER['HTTP_HOST']
         server-defined superglobal variable
         domain name of the current website, or localhost
      $_SERVER['REQUEST_URI']
         server-defined superglobal variable
         part of the website requested by the user
   2.   Process
      Use a Location header to refresh the page
   3.   Output
      Refreshed page
   4.   Assumptions
      $_SERVER['HTTP_HOST'] and $_SERVER['REQUEST_URI'] are defined
   */
   header("Location: http://".$_SERVER['HTTP_HOST'].$_SERVER['REQUEST_URI']);
   die(0);
}

function sqlclose($line) //resource type
{
   /*
   Function Statement:   Attempts to closes an SQL connection, or prints a fail message
   1.   Input
      $line
         formal parameter passed to function
         line number of the attempted close (passed via __LINE__ constant)
      $file
         variable passed to function via the global keyword
         file name of the attempted close
      $con
         variable passed to function via the global keyword
         connection information
   2.   Process
      use the mysql_close() function. if not successful, print a fail message
   3.   Output
      resource ID for the close, or error message if failed
   */
   global $file;
   global $con;
   mysql_close($con) or dieerror("Could not close server connection",$line,$file);
}

function sql($query,$line) //resource type
{
   /*
   Function Statment: Process a mysql_query file or die error on fail
   1.   Input
      $query
         formal parameter passed to function
         query for the sql to process
      $line
         formal parameter passed to function
         line number of the sql call (typically __LINE__ constant)
      $file
         passed to function via global keyword
         file name of the sql call
   2.   Process
      call mysql_query() function, store to $result
   3.   Output
      return $result
   */
   global $file;
   $result=@mysql_query($query) or dieerror("Could not process query",$file,$line);
   return $result;
}

function sqldata(&$sqldata,$query,$fields,$line) //mixed type [one or two dimensional array (string or numerical types), string or numerical var]
{
   
   global $file;
   $result=sql($query,$line.' [sqldata function]');
   if(is_array($fields)) //multiple columns
   {
      if(matchend(" LIMIT 0,1",$query)) //one row
      {
         while($row=mysql_fetch_assoc())
         {
            $sqldata[$fields[$f]]=$row[$fields[$f]];
         }
      }
      else //multiple rows
      {
         for($f=0;$f<count($fields);$f++)
         {
            while($row=mysql_fetch_assoc())
            {
               $sqldata[$f][$fields]=$row[$f];
            }
         }
      }
   }
   else //one column
   {
      if(matchend(" LIMIT 0,1",$query)) //one row
      {
         $row=mysql_fetch_assoc();
         $sqldata=$row[$fields];
      }
      else //multiple rows
      {
         for($f=0;$f<count($fields);$f++)
         {
            $sqldata[$fields[$f]]=$row[$fields[$f]];
         }
      }
   }   
}

function sqlopen($user,$database,$line) //resource type
{
   /*
   Function Statement:   Opens a connection between a user and a database //for minium permissions purposes
   1.   Input
      $user
         formal parameter passed to function
         user to connect to the database
      $database
         formal parameter passed to function
         database to select
      $line
         formal parameter passed to function
         line number of the function call
      $file
         passed to function via global keyword
         file name of the function call
      $con
         passed to function via global keyword
         stores connection data
      $db
         passed to function via global keyword
         stores database-selection data
   2.   Process
      connect to server via mysql_connect(), store to $con. replace automatic errors with custom error
      select database via mysql_select_db(), store to $db. replace automatic errors with custom error
      
   */
   global $file;
   global $con;
   global $db;
   $con=@mysql_connect('localhost',"phplearn_$user",'Char1133') or dieerror("Could not connect to server",$line,$file);
   $db=@mysql_select_db("phplearn_reportingscience0$database",$GLOBALS['con']) or dieerror("Could not connect to database",$line,$file);
}

function sqlrows($query,$line)
{
   /*
   Function Statement:   Show the number of rows a particular query matches
   1.   Input
      $query
         formal parameter passed to function
         query for the function to process
      $line
         formal parameter passed to function
         line number of the function call
      $file
         passed to function via global keyword
         file name of the funciton call
   2.   Process
      Rune sql() function and store to $result
      use mysql_num_rows() on $result. replace automatic error message with custom message
   */
   global $file;
   $result=sql($query,$line);
   $rows=@mysql_num_rows($result) or dieerror("Could not calculate rows",$file,$line);
   return $rows;
}


No other if-else statments seem to be firing the else.
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