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Joan M20-Mar-11 23:13
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Luc Pattyn wrote:
that looks like a bug then, in your PHP system

Cry | :(( It had no sense to me... Strange behavior.


Luc Pattyn wrote:
why do you feel a need to specify an explicit path in an include?

Probably this is again a bug then... I've tried to use relative paths like '../aaa.php' and so on, but the problem here is that I'm using some files from different locations and those files seem to inherit (somehow) the original path... then the relative paths change depending on the file that is including the file that includes another file... Using the doc_root helps me avoiding this problem...


Luc Pattyn wrote:
please try again with a backslash in $path_root.

Done it already... it don't wants to work...

Dead | X|

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