I’m developing the WP-YAPB-Plugin which allows file uploads over the standard article-post-form. To get and save the sent file it uses the WP function wp_handle_upload to be found in admin-functions.php.
It seems to me that the method acts differently on windows (xampp) and *nix (SUSE). Test case: Upload the same file twice over wp_handle_upload.
Windows: wp_handle_upload finds the previously uploaded file with the same name, appends a number to the current filename and saves it under that name. After looking into the code this seems to be the desired behaviour.
*nix: wp_handle_upload overwrites the old file which leads to two database entries referencing the same file (with all ugly consequences)
May this happen due to a misusage of the wp_handle_upload function or may it be a bug? This would be my call:
$uploadedFileInfo = wp_handle_upload($_FILES['yapb_imageupload'], array('action' => $_POST['action']));
(May be found in Yapb.class.php line 387 which may be downloaded in the zip to be found at http://johannes.jarolim.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/File/yet-another-photoblog-beta-1.4.4.zip)
Thanks in advance for any help and
Greets from Salzburg,
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