> I guess what I meant was [Relative] in the sense that it is forced to be
> relative to the CURRENT file, vs being relative to the "main" script.  You
> can call it a bug -- but I would disagree - I feel that the purpose of
> include is to pull utility code into a "main" script.

    It is a bug, if you cannot write portable library/utility
    code without resorting to such hacks as you described in your
    first email.

    Libraries like PHPLIB use this hack already, so it should
    be fairly safe to fix this behaviour (i.e. change the
    meaning of ".").

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