Since php started to support oop it has moved more and more features in that direction. This is good for me because I love oop. Then came _autoload() and I was rejoiced only to find that this (no fun)ction can't be used to it's fullest potential in oop unless I have all the files in the same directory. This is where you correct me and tell me how I can have a file structure in more then one level and still get the ripe juices of _autoload() (Please, I beg you!)

I have looked at the comments on the doc page of the function and every single one comes with the addition of many, often complex lines of code that will only add more load on the server. If _autoload can't figure out the correct path to the file which defines the class, then what is the point from an oop pov?

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