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On 26 Mar 2012, at 14:53, rene7705 wrote:

> Hi.
> My last thread got derailed into a javascript and even photoshop
> discussion, and while I can't blame myself for that really, this time I
> would like to bring a pure PHP issue to your scrutiny.
> I run several sites now, on the same shared hoster, but with such a setup
> that I cannot let PHP require() or include() code from a central place
> located on another domain name on the same shared hosting account, not the
> normal way at least.
> $_SERVER['DOCUMENT_ROOT'] is a completely different path for each of the
> domains on the same hosting account, and obviously you can't access one
> domain's directory from another domain.
> Hoster support's reply is A) I dont know code, B) You can't include code
> from one domain on another and C) use multiple copies, 1 for each domain
> But that directory (my opensourced /code in the zip on
> http://mediabeez.wsbtw), takes a while to update to my hoster, many
> files.
> Plus, as I add more domains that use the same code base, my overhead and
> waiting time increases lineary at a steep incline.
> So.. Since all of this code is my own, and tested and trusted, I can just
> eval(file_get_contents('
> hehe
> And get_php.php takes care of the nested includes by massaging what it
> retrieves. Or so is my thinking.
> The problem I'm facing, and for which I'm asking your most scrutinous
> feedback, is:
> How would you transform _nested_ require(_once) and include(_once)? I
> haven't figured out yet how to transform a relative path include/require.
> What about for instance a require_once($fileIwantNow)?
> I do both in my /code tree atm.
> For my own purposes, I could massage my own PHP in /code/libraries_rv and
> /code/sitewide_rv manually, but I'd also like to be able to include a
> single copy of the 3rd party free libs that I use in
> /code/libraries(/adodb-5.10 for instance). And god knows how they might
> include and require.
> Plus, I'd like to turn this into another free how-to blog entry on
>, plus accompanying code, so I think I might find some
> free tips here again.
> Greetings,
> from spring sun soaked,
> Rene

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