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Bug #47374 add ini options to sqlite db
Submitted: 2009-02-12 20:00 UTC Modified: 2009-05-02 22:03 UTC
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Status: Open Package: Website problem
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 [2009-02-12 20:00 UTC]
This is a feature request to alter the sqlite search database to include more stuff... like ini options. In this ideal state, the following would know where to go:

This can apply to other things too, like constants and  predefined variables.

See it in CVS: systems/gen-phpweb-sqlite-db.php


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 [2009-02-14 21:24 UTC] ericleestewart at gmail dot com
This would be very useful for links within the INIs to directive 
documentation. Currently there is no way to add a link that goes 
directly to an ini directive without specifying the lang code. It would 
be much nicer to have links which allow the documentation web site to 
figure out the language to display on its own while also redirecting to 
appropriate page and anchor.
 [2009-05-02 21:41 UTC]
Didn't you apply a patch for this while fixing the mysqli soundex issue philip?
 [2009-05-02 22:03 UTC]

However, later I added many ini settings (all that are linked to within 
php.ini) to phpweb/include/ so that's why the example link 
here works but this bug remains open. 

This bug relates to bug #47651
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