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Bug #34961 include_path always points to ".;C:\php5\pear"
Submitted: 2005-10-23 04:18 UTC Modified: 2005-10-23 17:25 UTC
From: aledmb at gmail dot com Assigned:
Status: Not a bug Package: *Configuration Issues
PHP Version: 5.0.5 OS: Windows XP
Private report: No CVE-ID: None
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 [2005-10-23 04:18 UTC] aledmb at gmail dot com
No matter what I set include_path to point to, it always points to ".;C:\php5\pear", according to phpinfo().

Im sure that I dont have any other php.ini in my file system, that I have just one include_path directive in php.ini, and that its set.

Reproduce code:
in php.ini:
include_path = ".;c:\include"

in .php file:
<?php phpinfo(); ?>

Expected result:
Directive	Local Value	Master Value
include_path	.;C:\include	.;C:\include

Actual result:
Directive	Local Value	Master Value
include_path	.;C:\php5\pear	.;C:\php5\pear


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 [2005-10-23 13:16 UTC]
How exactly did you set it ?
 [2005-10-23 17:18 UTC] aledmb at gmail dot com
Do you mean its value?
I posted it in the "reproduce code" section.

Anyway, its include_path = ".;c:\include"
 [2005-10-23 17:25 UTC] aledmb at gmail dot com
please ignore this...
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