From a technical aspect, is it safe to load a particular
extension twice ? Does it only hit performance (loading the
.dll/.so twice) or are there some other caveats which can lead to
unexpected behaviour ?
Example is an extension already loaded in php.ini via
extension=foo.so and in the script its also loaded via
Will this do any harm ?
The point is not "but you can catch this if its already loaded"
but wether it causes a global killer or not.
Or, can this only be answered individually for every extension
depending how 'clean' it was written ?
Markus Fischer, http://guru.josefine.at/~mfischer/
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