thx justin and aleks
I don't have access to the php.ini file, its on a remote host.
I asked if they had a directory to put the includes. They don't. I solved
the problem (for this client) by placing everything in one directory.
They're only about 20-25 files so it really doesn't matter (except for
bothering my sense of order).
Still, I'm sure I'll have other clients that in which this will not be an
justin, thx for the point email clients. I'll keep it in mind.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Justin Patrin [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]
> Sent: Tuesday, January 13, 2004 5:27 PM
> To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
> Subject: [PHP-DB] Re: php includes
> Mayo wrote:
> > I'm new to php (I've been in the CF world the last few years)
> and have a
> > basic question regarding includes:
> > On my dev box (a fancy term for laptop) I have the following include:
> > <?php include ("navTop.php"); ?>
> > This doesn't work on the client's site. There I have to use:
> > <?php include ("/home/sites/www.abc.com/web/navTop.php"); ?>
> > I can't use relative links.
> > So is there any trick that people have so that I don't have to
> touch each of
> > my files before sending them up?
> > gil
> Please do not write a new post by replying to an old post and changing
> its subject and content. It screws up threading in the better e-mail
> clients (mutt, Thunderird, etc.) as it keeps the thread's headers.
> It looks like your client doesn't have "." in their include_path in the
> php.ini. They could change their php.ino to have "." in it and fix
> things quick and simple.
> Or, you can use ini_set() to set the value yourself. You'd probably want
> to do something like this in your files:
> ini_set('include_path', '.:'.ini_get('include_path'));
> paperCrane <Justin Patrin>
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