Hi, i got this project i'm building right now. It basically a core system to do adminsitrative modules for web sites.
I got tons of classes that get created on call of a function like sql_setup(), frm_setup(). These functions create the objects from the classes so they can be used later in other objects...yada yada yada... Now my thing is, instead of always starting my method of an object with "global sql_server;" and "global frm_builder", is there a way that these variables are declared as global automatically, just like i would get $_GET, $_POST and so on, they are already global. I want to do this to simplify development since this project is going to be HUGE. And also it will facilitate debugging as i've been using "global" at a lot of places and when you forget one, PHP assumes the creation of a dummy variable messing up everything. I'm waiting for an anwser, thank you Mathieu Dumoulin Programmer / Analayst in web solutions Groupimage Comunications -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php