btw, the reason i want to use include() is that i have a cgi script under
the same directory structure but i don't want to use exec() since this
command can't execute the cgi well enough (for one thing, the cgi script
doesn't work well when i include "use warnings;" or create an object)....

and including the cgi script won't execute it so this won't work.

i'm thinking of including the cgi script via http like:

include ('')

but the browser keeps on loading the page and returns a blank page

contrastly, including a cgi script from other domains works just fine.


-----Original Message-----
From: Boris Wong [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
Sent: Thursday, April 04, 2002 9:32 AM
Subject: [PHP] configure problem?


got a question on the usage of include:

when i do something like this:

<? include(''); ?>

where my php file is located under the same directory structure of, the browse seems keep on loading until it returns a blank
page. does this mean that php can't include any file located in the same
directory structure of itself? or is it more like a configuration problem?

here's my configure command from phpinfo(), if this helps:

'./configure' '--prefix=/opt/third-party/depot/Linux-2.2c2.1-i686/php-4.0.5'
'--with-apache=/workplace/dpd/btp/apache_1.3.20' '--enable-bcmath'
/lib' '--enable-exif' '--enable-track-vars' '--with-calendar=shared'
'--enable-safe-mode' '--enable-magic-quotes' '--enable-trans-sid'
'--enable-wddx' '--enable-ftp' '--with-ldap'

thank you!


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