Re: application.php update (was Re: GNOME Foundation Membership - Renewal accepted)

On Wed, 2004-09-15 at 11:58 +0200, Vincent Untz wrote:
On Mer 15 septembre 2004 11:25, Vincent Untz a Ãcrit :
I'm curious to know what was needed to fix the application form? I think
that what broke it is the update of the website, but I'm not sure...

Was it the same problem than the one you described in

If so, this means we should remove the <?xml line from cvs before
updating the web site again, am I right?

No, the <?xml line is perfectly valid. Forget that post. You don't need
to update anything.

When I made that post, I hadn't discovered the 'short_open_tag' option,
so I worked around it by using PHP to output the initial <?xml line. I
must've been having a dumb moment.

When I looked at the problem again yesterday, I figured that we needed
to stop PHP from treating the first line (the XML document declaration)
as PHP code just because it started with '<?'. That's when I discovered
the 'short_open_tag' PHP ini-file option, and disabled it, which was
what fixed the problem.


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