I don't see anything in the annotations for include() about losing
variable definitions...the notes that I see that look remotely relevant
are those regarding what PHP considers to be the "current directory"
when doing nested includes, which would cause problems in locating the
include files themselves, not in losing their contents.

If that's what you're referring to, see bug#11362 - per Zeev, the
current CVS  (as well as PHP 4.0.7 when it's released), has changed to a
behavior that should be more likely to do WhatTheScriptProgrammerMeant
in most cases.

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> -----Original Message-----
> From: Drew P. Vogel [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
> Sent: Wednesday, August 08, 2001 12:13 PM
> To: Mark Roedel
> Subject: RE: [PHP] 3rd include
> I searched the database and did not find anything. I was not 
> sure if the
> bug could possibly be entered under a different title, though. It is
> discussed in the manual errata for the include() function, so I would
> assume the developers at least know of it.
> --Drew Vogel
> On Wed, 8 Aug 2001, Mark Roedel wrote:
> >> -----Original Message-----
> >> From: Drew P. Vogel [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
> >> Sent: Tuesday, August 07, 2001 8:51 PM
> >> Subject: [PHP] 3rd include
> >>
> >>
> >> Has the "3rd include" bug (where variable definitions are
> >> "lost" at the 3rd include), been fixed yet?
> >
> >The obvious way to answer this question would be to look it up in the
> >database at bugs.php.net.  Any idea whether it's actually 
> gotten entered
> >there?  (I tried searching for '3rd', 'third', and 'three' 
> -- 'include'
> >just got way more results than I was interested in sifting through --
> >and didn't see anything that appeared to match what you're 
> describing...
> >
> >
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