At 14:21 13/1/2001, Sascha Schumann wrote:
> Shouldn't php.ini entries overwrite defaults and become the
> master value?
> That is what happens currently: php.ini entries are applied
> using zend_alter_ini_entry(), and the default value is stored
> in orig_value. On the next request shutdown,
> zend_deactivate() calls zend_ini_deactive() which in turn
> overwrites the php.ini entry with orig_value.
register_ini_entries(), which is the service function that modules use to
register their entries, doesn't use alter_ini_entry(). It checks the
configuration hash (=php.ini) for a default value. If it exists, it uses
it as the default value (it doesn't use alter_ini_entry()), if it doesn't -
it uses the built-in default.
I looked at the actual code, and apparently, there's a useless call to
alter_ini_entry() in the php.ini reader. Since the INI entries have not
yet been registered (register_ini_entries() has not been called yet),
alter_ini_entry() fails at this point. This doesn't change what I said in
the previous paragraph though - it should still work.
Zeev Suraski <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
CTO & co-founder, Zend Technologies Ltd. http://www.zend.com/
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