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Server var PHP_SELF repeating itself?

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Hi, if I create a test.php file in a directory called 'test' and just put <?php echo($_SERVER["PHP_SELF"]);?> in it, I get "/test/test.php/test/test.php" (basically, it's repeating itself).  Changing it to $_SERVER["SCRIPT_NAME"] (or PATH_INFO) works fine and only shows "/test/test.php", but does anyone know where php gets the $_SERVER["PHP_SELF"] variable from, or why it might be doing this?  I'm using PHP v5.2.4 with IIS 6.0 if that helps.
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That was it.. it was a bug in 5.2.4, thanks!
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