>   - Right now this also effects things like opening php.ini. It'll now
>     check in the current working directory for php.ini. I think this
>     screw up todays behavior.

Isn't this a huge security risk? When there is something wrong so that
php.ini can't get read where it should, it will maybe read the user's

I assume it will at least first check for php.ini where it should be?

By the way, when doing something like include("../init.php"), your
script will get broken when a init.php is added somewhere...
it doesn't make it very transparently.


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