On 1/25/2013 10:56 AM, Jim Giner wrote:
On 1/24/2013 7:07 PM, Matt Pelmear wrote:
On 01/24/2013 04:02 PM, Jim Giner wrote:

I took my 6 line override php.ini file and replicated (with a script)
into all of my possible folders under my web root.  NOt exactly an
elegant solution, but with the script, easy to maintain.

Honestly, you would be better off just putting those 6 overrides into
your common include file.
I'm curious why would you do that as opposed to just putting it in the
webroot with a single .htaccess file (or changing the global php.ini)?
I don't have access to the global ini file.  As for .htaccess - I
thought your previous (?) said I would need to have multiple of them also.
Upon further research - I find that my domain has .htaccess files throughout the entire directory structure - not by my doing. So I'm guessing that would mean having my individual php settings applied to each?

I think that I'll stay with a php.ini override file in each of my executable folders - now that I have the script necessary to easily apply new versions from my master one when needed.

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