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在 Windows 中怎样处理 bz2 压缩的文档?

如果没有能处理 bz2 文件的压缩工具,从 Redhat » 下载一个命令行工具(进一步信息见下面)。

如果不喜欢用命令行工具,可以试试免费工具例如 » Stuffit Expander» UltimateZip» 7-Zip或者 » Quick Zip。如果有像 » WinRAR或者 » Power Archiver之类的工具,可以很容易用它解压缩 bz2 文件。如果用 Total Commander(前身为 Windows Commander),可以从 » Total Commander网站免费得到一个 bz2 插件。

来自 Redhat 的 bzip2 命令行工具:

Win2K Sp2 用户下载最新版本 1.0.2,所有其它 Windows 用户应该用版本 1.00。下载后重命名可执行文件为 bzip2.exe。为方便起见将其放到一个在你路径中的目录,例如 C:\Windows,C 表示你安装 Windows 的盘符。

注意:lang 指的是你的语种,x 是想要的格式,例如:pdf。要解压缩 php_manual_lang.x.bz2,按照下面的简单说明进行:

  • 打开一个命令行窗口
  • 进入存放已下载的 php_manual_lang.x.bz2 的目录
  • 调用 bzip2 -d php_manual_lang.x.bz2,将 php_manual_lang.x 释放到同一个目录

在下载了包含很多 html 文件的 php_manual_lang.tar.bz2 的情况下,过程是一样的。唯一区别是得到了一个 php_manual_lang.tar 文件。tar 格式可以被大多数 Windows 下流行的压缩工具所处理,例如 » WinZip

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User Contributed Notes 3 notes

doerr at apkk dot de
11 years ago
If you only needed register_globals for get/post variables, the effictive solution for 5.3 is:
  import_request_variables("GPC", "");

But if the skripts relied on session_register() you'll have to do more:
- Replace all variables that appeared after session_register with _SESSION equivalents - so $myvar becomes $_SESSION['myvar']
- Take care if your variables appeared inside strings - 'Hello $user !' works, but 'Hello $_SESSION['user'] !' not - so you have to concatenate the string: 'Hello '.$_SESSION['user'] .' !'
- Session variables in function declarations (for whatever purpose) will not work - keeping the old (local) names will work in most cases.
- Finally, replace the session_register(..) line with session_start()
php at REMOVEMEkennel17 dot co dot uk
17 years ago
Regarding simulating register_globals = off, note that it is impossible to adequately prevent $_SESSION variables from being globalised, as the array (and thus the globals) are created on a call to session_start().  You would therefore have to 'undo' this when you start a session as using it at the start of your script will have no effect.

To avoid potential problems, use a prefix that is unique for all session variables (e.g. 'SESS_'), and only access them via the $_SESSION array.  The prefix ensures that you don't have a naming clash (and therefore a security risk) with any non-session globals.
17 years ago
Considering the comment below. I think there's a way to avoid that "problem":

// $starttime is an example of a variable that we might need to define,
// even before, running the "register_globals OFF" emulator below.
list($msec, $sec) = explode(' ', microtime());
$starttime = ((float)$msec + (float)$sec);

// If register_globals is ON, ensure no unexpected globals are defined.
// ie. We'll try to emulate a register_globals OFF environment.
if( (bool)@ini_get('register_globals') )
$superglobals = array($_ENV, $_GET, $_POST, $_COOKIE, $_FILES, $_SERVER);
    if( isset(
array_unshift($superglobals, $_SESSION);
$knownglobals = array(
        // Known PHP Reserved globals and superglobals:
'_ENV',        'HTTP_ENV_VARS',
'_GET',        'HTTP_GET_VARS',

        // Global variables used by this code snippet:

        // Known global variables defined before this code snippet is reached.
$superglobals as $superglobal )
$superglobal as $global => $void )
            if( !
in_array($global, $knownglobals) )

Note the stuff related to the $_SESSION array depends on whether the PHP session has been started or not. You might want to call session_start() before this point (or set session.auto_start ON).

HTH+ :)
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