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htaccess and include_path

I recently read a forum posting on codewalkers.com regarding PEAR on a
shared host and the poster, mentioned 3 methods to assign an
include_path using htaccess.
( Only the 2nd I'm familiar with - so the 1st and 3rd could use some
explaining )

you can use .htaccess files to overwrite php's include_path for your
Or at the beginning of each script that uses pear you can ini_set() a
new include path that includes pear.
or combine the approach and use .htaccess to define an auto_prepend
which is a .php file that ini_sets() your pear path.

Dec 2 '05 #1
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actually, I found a resource at this URL:

It appears that any php directive that is categorized as PHP_INI_PERDIR
would be valid either in php.ini or .htaccess

Dec 3 '05 #2

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