the difference is that it can get enabled uncontrollable in cases wher
you do not want it to be enabled. Uncontrollable as you add a library and
suddenly it's active even though you don't like it. Just becasue that
library code forgot to disable it.
Friday, March 21, 2008, 5:26:51 PM, you wrote:
>> Yeah, I also think this is a bad idea. For example when an application
>> turns short tags on, while a library that it uses relies on it being of
> How it's different from having it on in php.ini?
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