Hi Jason,

  i think you misunderstood what i was asking.  i am doing exactly what
you described below.  My question is whether there is a way to not
overwrite the include_path variable, but instead to append certain paths
within my virtual server's setup to the master include_path that is
setup in my php.ini file.

Jason Wong wrote:
> On Thursday 28 February 2002 01:50, darcy w. christ wrote:
> > hi,
> >
> >   i'm hoping to find a way to append to the include_path set in my
> > php.ini file.  i've got several virtual servers that each require
> > different include_paths which are defined using the php_admin_value line
> > in my apache conf file.  Since the documentation says that include_path
> > is like the UNIX PATH variable, i assumed (or maybe hoped) that i would
> > be able to use a syntax like this:
> >
> >   php_admin_value include_path "$include_path:/some/other/path"
> >
> > unfortunately, it doesn't work.  Is there a way to append to the path?
> One way to allow each virtual server to have their own php config is to set
> the values from within httpd.conf:
> <VirtualHost>
>   ServerAdmin [EMAIL PROTECTED]
>   DocumentRoot /home/www/www.domain.com
>   ServerName www.domain.com
>  <Directory "/home/www/www.domain.com">
>   Allow from All
>   php_value include_path .:/home/www/www.domain.com
>  </Directory>
> </VirtualHost>

~darcy w. christ
Elegant Communications Inc.
416.362.9772 x222 | 416.362.8324 fax

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