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Bug #31405 auto_append_file unable to see global variables
Submitted: 2005-01-04 12:22 UTC Modified: 2005-01-13 01:00 UTC
From: php20050104 at webfreezer dot com Assigned:
Status: No Feedback Package: PHP options/info functions
PHP Version: 4.3.8 OS: SuSE Linux 8.1
Private report: No CVE-ID: None
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 [2005-01-04 12:22 UTC] php20050104 at webfreezer dot com
Description:
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Setting the following option in a .htaccess file appends the given file to any php file except it is terminated by exit:

php_value   auto_append_file   append.php

However although the manual states that this is just like a simple include() this is not true.
An included file can see the global variables from the script it is included from. Using the auto_append_file option does not allow the appended script to see the global variables.

Using a normal include() works of course so there is not a problem with the visibility of variables in included files in general.

Reproduce code:
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apage.php:
<?php
  $a="This should work!";
  $GLOBALS["b"]="This should also work!";
  echo "Script apage.php will finish now.<br>";
?>

append.php:
<?php
  echo "And I say: ".$a."<br>";
  echo "And also: ".$GLOBALS["b"]."<br>";
?>

Expected result:
----------------
Script apage.php will finish now.<br>
And I say: This should work!<br>
And also: This should also work!<br>

Actual result:
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Script apage.php will finish now.<br>
And I say: <br>
And also: <br>

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