If there is, I've not found it. I have many pages that include files that
contain class definitions. My average page includes 8 classes and my
average class is 250-400 lines of code.
Have you debugged your individual scripts first before including them in
You might check to see if there is some kind of endless loop, it's not like
PHP to just die without a reason. Looks like you got plenty of hardware
there, so it must be your code... ;)
From: Wally Hartshorn [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
Sent: Friday, March 30, 2001
If you don't have errata in your script.
I think you got similar experience as I did. I use PHP4.0.4pl1/Apache DSO/Linux
I had a script that will not include files more than 20. PHP silently fails to
include statement like and no output on browser what so ever.
Note: PHP can include files more
Typo in my post
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BTW, do you use multi-type char codeset?
BTW, do you use multi-byte char codeset?
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