I keep getting this error when I activate the Dutch language pack. And as it seems this is a known issue however the work arround offered by codestyling does NOT work.
I have tested a performant patch that solves this issue. There is a bug inside PHP implementation. Sometimes, rarely the substr() function returns wrong results even if input values are ok. Can be found here:
or currently as german acticle here:
unpack errors at gettext.php
the english translation follows soon.
I have tried the first server side option by placing the folowing code in my .htaccess file:
PHP_VALUE mbstring.func_overload 0
It did not work (aldough the errors seem to apear less frequent)
I also tested a PHP version of the above settings, as on some servers this would be the only option to do it:
<?php ini_set('mbstring.func_overload', '0');
And I also installed the streams.php patch, which also did not work. I also tried to put back the original streams.php file and then try to use the .htaccess or PHP solution but nothing worked…
I keep getting the Type V: not enough input, need 4, have 0 error…
What should I do?
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