Reread the docs here (the table):
You cannot set this directive at runtime. Using .htaccess
is as close as you'll get to that. I see no reason why
using auto_prepend_file here would be better than include()
as this is exactly what include() is for.
On 4 Dec 2002, Franco Pozzer wrote:
> Thanks for all.
> My end it is Apache 1.3.27 and PHP 4.3.2 in Win32 system NT 4.0.
> I have the php.ini auto_prepend_file like this:
> All work fine with this configuration of the php.ini.
> For same reason I must to do not configure php.ini and the directives
> auto_prepend_file must be null like auto_prepend_file =.
> I have discovered ini_alter function but I do not be able to work in my
> My script it is like:
> if(ini_alter('auto_prepend_file', $path.'systemVariables.php'))
> echo "<br>ini_alter success<br>";
> echo "<br>ini_alter failed<br>";
> but do not work.
> If I change the ini_alter with include() it work all fine but I do not
> want to use include or require function.
> have sameone an idea about this code do not work??
> Thanks for all and if it is possible reply to me also to e-mail follow.
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