I agree with Justin! Probably your best solution is to write your own mini script and write an interpreter for it!
Elias "Justin French" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message [EMAIL PROTECTED]">news:[EMAIL PROTECTED]... > I'm pretty sure you can use eval() on a string, but tread with caution, and > try to look around for security concerns. > > I certainly wouldn't eval() anything supplied by a user... no way. > > > Justin French > > > on 01/08/02 7:53 PM, David Pratt ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: > > > I am creating an application where it would be useful to write and store > > script in a field in a MySQL database and create a loop to process the array > > of the code contained in the field. Conceptually, I think it sounds > > reasonable but I am uncertain of what kind of process I could use to have > > the code in the field variable read properly within the loop. Somewhat > > analogous to an include in HTML. > > The file would be read as though a single script file though the included > > material has come from a text field. > > > > This would be really useful for me since the code could be modified in the > > database outside a smaller application without changing the files. Any > > ideas here on how I might do this from anyone that has attempted anything > > similar? I have set everything up but just can't figure out how to bring > > the script text in the field into the file properly. Help much appreciated. > > -- > > > > Dave Pratt > > [EMAIL PROTECTED] > > > -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php