ZF-10277: Constructor code for response header analysis throws "PHP Notice: Undefined offset: 1" when instanciated with header array.


There is no clear format for the header-array required. But the constructor will fail anyway because of a curious call to explode().

list($name, $value) = explode(": ", $value, 1);

From the PHP manual ([]): ??If limit is set and positive, the returned array will contain a maximum of limit elements with the last element containing the rest of string.??

With the limit-parameter set to one explode() will always return an array having exactly one element. The list-keyword on the left side of the assignment expects two elements. Thus, no matter what $value contains this will issue PHP to complaining with "Undefined offset: 1".


Good catch (looks like it has been a bug for years...). Fixed in trunk in r. 22810 and in release-1.10 in r. 22811. Will be included in the next release.

Also, added a couple of unit tests.