Dear Peter --

Had you waited two more minutes to post (after looking for only a paltry 47
minutes), you would have found the auto_prepend_file and auto_append_file
php.ini configuration directives which do what you want.

Though it is a little difficult to find them on the PHP site, and Google
wasn't entirely helpful, they are there for you to enjoy.

Beckman

On Tue, 5 Apr 2005, Peter Beckman wrote:

Back in 2000 I remember there being a file that could be created in the
include path that, if existed, would be called and executed before any
other PHP script was executed.  There was also a script that if named
correctly and put in the include path, would execute AFTER the called
script was executed.

Was this depreciated, or does it still exist?  I can't remember what to
call it, and I can't seem to find the right page in the manual.  Any help?

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