ID: 11836
Updated by: cynic
Old-Status: Open
Status: Suspended
Bug Type: Feature/Change Request
Operating system: 
PHP Version: 4.0.4pl1
Assigned To: 

yes, actual knowledge of the coding technics one uses never did any harm.

I'll leave this suspended as it's a featrue request (and not very likely to get 

Previous Comments:

[2001-07-02 10:53:29] [EMAIL PROTECTED]

It's a good idea. 
Thank you.
I still hope that require and include will works innner class declaration in future.


[2001-07-02 10:24:46] [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Why don't you move your common variables and methods to a separate class, and have 
your 200 classes extend it?


[2001-07-02 09:41:47] [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Not a bug, this was never supposed to work. making this a feature request.



[2001-07-02 09:39:39] [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Require nor Include works inner a class file.

I have 200+ classes that have a common declaration of variables and methods.
Everytime I need  to modify this declarations I have to modify this 200+ files.

If I could use require or include there I had only one file to modify.

This is the file where I define the class, it's only a LITTLE example:

===== class_test.php =====
class test {
  var $b=0;
  var $c=1;
  function test() { //this is the constructor
    //some code here
  include("common_declarations.php"); //same with require
========  end  ========

And this is the file where I have the common declarations for 200+ files.

===== common_declarations.php =====
var $common_variable1=1;
function common_method1 () {
function common_method2 ($p=1) {
=====  end  =====

This does not work, the error is:

Parse error:  parse error, expecting `T_OLD_FUNCTION' or `T_FUNCTION' or `T_VAR' or


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