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will the added trailing carriage return really cause problems (what kind of problem it can produce?). i have using this method (using the cpanel file manager) to update some of the content of my XOOPS code file (have just updated the mainfile.php for example lately). haven't found any problem so far, but afraid of the above produce some problems in the website which i don't aware of...
I just found the 'remember me' login issue I experienced lately is DUE TO THE TRAILING CR IN THE MAINFILE.PHP!!!! (I have tried all kind of resolution, turning off the protector etc, to resolve the above issue, and it's apparently due to the above cpanel file manager issue!).
Hey, this is very serious! Should announce it to all (Glad to find this great FAQ).
Now, i don't know how should i check the remaining files I edited through this method so far...
Published: 2005/2/2 0:57 • Updated: 2005/2/2 1:14
From experiance, editting the file once is fine, it will add a carriage return but it does not seem to affect the php file. The problems start if you then edit the file again and don't clean up the bottom of the file. It seems to add a carriage return on every edit. This is why it took me so long to discover why my site worked once, and then broke.
Published: 2005/2/2 3:59 • Updated: 2005/2/2 3:59