On Fri, 02 Feb 2001, Hartmut Holzgraefe wrote:
> it is right now possible to declare functions within functions
> (see bug#9064)
> this will lead to redeclaration errors if you call the outer
> function more then once
> i'm not sure about it, is this a usefull feature (although it
> behaves very different to, say, PASCAL or gcc with nested 
> functions enabled where the inner function is 'local' to the
> namespace of the outer one) or should the engine prevent
> nested function declarations in the first place?

How about a simple check:

function outer()
        if (!function_exists('inner')) {
                function inner() {

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