ID: 12314
User updated by: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Status: Feedback
Bug Type: Dynamic loading
Operating System: WinME
PHP Version: 4.0.6
New Comment:

OK! you can call this bug somewhat of a bummer the problems disappear if I use Win98. 
I found this when I copied my setup to a different computer.

Previous Comments:

[2001-07-23 08:40:24] [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Hmm... looks like very rarely do people really mean what they say in bug reports ;-)

OK! here goes 
Fatal error: Failed opening required '' (include_path='./;./inc/') in 
c:\program files\apache group\apache\htdocs\bobp\latest\propertyadd.php3 on line 52

I have also tried the following variants


No settings works for anything between Version 4.0.3 to 4.0.6 However the same is 
working on a live site running Ver4.0.2

and I dont know where to get Win binaries of 4.0.2 from .... ... 



[2001-07-23 07:49:30] [EMAIL PROTECTED]

well, I use include_path on NT 4 and NT 5 without problems. since you did not do what 
the Dos & Donts page tells you to do (include related php.ini settings in the report), 
I can only guess that you forgot to put the value in quotes.

Anyway, could you try this?

include_path = "./;./inc/"

<? include '' ?>

<? echo __FILE__ ?>

and load somewhere/test.php. If it gives you any error, paste it here, please.



[2001-07-23 07:12:07] [EMAIL PROTECTED]

without being cynical and with all due respect - yes I have
read the do's and dont's of bug reporting

I also know that the similar bug has been reported for Win2K
and like I said - whatever the include_path setting it does
not work

for all practical purposes the setting in the php.ini is

include_path =

It would be nice if someone could let me know where to find
the Win binaries of PHP4.0.2 that is the latest confirmed
(of course by me) version which does not have this problem.

Also - under  Linux V 4.0.6 works fine



[2001-07-23 06:30:02] [EMAIL PROTECTED]

have you read the Do's & Don'ts? What's your include_path setting? (Copy it here from 
your php.ini.)


[2001-07-23 05:48:57] [EMAIL PROTECTED]


Just to let you know that include_path does not work at all under WinME 

So I just cant use require() or include(), it is not even defaulting to "." i.e.; the 
current directory



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