but the virtual() documentation says you can't use it on a php script?

"Rasmus Lerdorf" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
> I guess the only real way is to use virtual() in this case.  That's a bit
> clunky as well, but it isn't quite as bad as going through CGI or all the
> way out to the port 80 level.
> -Rasmus
> On Fri, 12 Apr 2002, Aric Caley wrote:
> > Is it possible to keep the variable name-space separate between, say,
> > files (one included into the other) to avoid name collisions?  I'm
trying to
> > get two scripts to work together on the same page.  Each script defines
> > classes that have the same names but work differently (ex., class
> > All I need is to embed the output of one script into the other.
> >
> > Now, I could do this by just getting the output from a URL but that
> > really inefficient.  Or I could run the script from the CGI version of
> > using exec() but that also seems like it could be really slow and
> >
> > Is there some efficient way of doing this?
> >
> > It would be cool if you could just put the include() inside of a
> > and have all the classes and variable names be local inside that
> > but that didnt seem to work...  plus the scripts explicitly access
> > variable names.
> >
> >
> >
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