On 3/22/10 10:25 AM, Paul M Foster wrote:

That's the key. You can do anything you want inside __autoload(). If you
must consult something in the environment, there are a couple of ways to
do it. First, set a variable in the $_SESSION array, and consult it in
__autoload(). Second, use a configuration file for your application.
Have it in a stable place, and read the values out of it as needed.
Consult these in your __autoload() if you like.


I'd suggest skipping __autoload() and going straight for spl_autoload_register(), as it does the same thing but is more flexible since you can then have multiple autoload callbacks if necessary.

--Larry Garfield

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