Test: /sapi/phpdbg/tests/stdin_001.phpt - Version 7.3.3    

There are 7 different diffs reported by users for this test.

Count Diff
63 (62%)
008+
009+ Termsig=11
008- prompt> [Breakpoint #0 at Standard input code:3, hits: 1]
009- >00003: echo "Hello, world!\n";
010- 00004:
011- prompt>
19 (19%)
008+ Segmentation fault (core dumped)
009+
010+ Termsig=11
008- prompt> [Breakpoint #0 at Standard input code:3, hits: 1]
009- >00003: echo "Hello, world!\n";
010- 00004:
011- prompt>
10 (10%)
008+ Segmentation fault
009+
010+ Termsig=11
008- prompt> [Breakpoint #0 at Standard input code:3, hits: 1]
009- >00003: echo "Hello, world!\n";
010- 00004:
011- prompt>
6 (6%)
008- prompt> [Breakpoint #0 at Standard input code:3, hits: 1]
009- >00003: echo "Hello, world!\n";
010- 00004:
011- prompt>
1 (1%)
001+
001- prompt> [Successful compilation of stdin input]
002- prompt> [Breakpoint #0 added at Standard input code:3]
003- prompt> [Breakpoint #0 at Standard input code:3, hits: 1]
004- >00003: echo "Hello, world!\n";
005- 00004:
006- prompt> Hello, world!
007- [Script ended normally]
008- prompt> [Breakpoint #0 at Standard input code:3, hits: 1]
009- >00003: echo "Hello, world!\n";
010- 00004:
011- prompt>
1 (1%)
001+ Segmentation fault
002+
003+ Termsig=11
001- prompt> [Successful compilation of stdin input]
002- prompt> [Breakpoint #0 added at Standard input code:3]
003- prompt> [Breakpoint #0 at Standard input code:3, hits: 1]
004- >00003: echo "Hello, world!\n";
005- 00004:
006- prompt> Hello, world!
007- [Script ended normally]
008- prompt> [Breakpoint #0 at Standard input code:3, hits: 1]
009- >00003: echo "Hello, world!\n";
010- 00004:
011- prompt>
1 (1%)
001+ Termsig=11
001- prompt> [Successful compilation of stdin input]
002- prompt> [Breakpoint #0 added at Standard input code:3]
003- prompt> [Breakpoint #0 at Standard input code:3, hits: 1]
004- >00003: echo "Hello, world!\n";
005- 00004:
006- prompt> Hello, world!
007- [Script ended normally]
008- prompt> [Breakpoint #0 at Standard input code:3, hits: 1]
009- >00003: echo "Hello, world!\n";
010- 00004:
011- prompt>