I tested ini_set('register_globals',0) and ini_set('register_globals','Off')
for turning register_globals off. It doesn't work and it doesn't produce any
notice, warning or error.

Here's a quick example:



  echo "<h2>$test</h2>";

<form action="ini_set.php" method="get">
 <input type="text" name="test" />
 <input type="submit" />

This prints out $test, what it shouldn't do with register_globals turned
I tested this with PHP 4.1.2 and 4.2.1. Even if I start to doubt it is
supposed to work according to the documentation. Can anyone tell
me what I've done wrong?

For some strange reason if I do

echo ini_set('register_globals',0);

it will print "10". For

echo ini_set('register_globals','Off');

it will print "1Off".


PS: ini_set works fine with include_path and error_reporting

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