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Doc Bug #55830 (minor) contant order
Submitted: 2011-10-02 09:57 UTC Modified: 2011-10-08 21:38 UTC
From: moosh@php.net Assigned: frozenfire (profile)
Status: Wont fix Package: Documentation problem
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 [2011-10-02 09:57 UTC] moosh@php.net
Description:
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From manual page: http://www.php.net/reserved.variables.server#refsect1-reserved.variables.server-indices
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What's the order of server indices ?

Why  not alphabetical order ?






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 [2011-10-08 21:10 UTC] frozenfire@php.net
-Status: Open +Status: Assigned -Assigned To: +Assigned To: frozenfire
 [2011-10-08 21:30 UTC] frozenfire@php.net
-Status: Assigned +Status: Wont fix
 [2011-10-08 21:30 UTC] frozenfire@php.net
At first, I was inclined to agree with you. Then, after some thinking, it 
occurred to me that the indices are currently grouped based upon the function 
they relate to.

The current ordering is sensible, so I won't change it.
 [2011-10-08 21:38 UTC] moosh@php.net
@frozenfire I agree, but  perhaps  explain it in top of list ?

 How  I discover it. I was searching "REQUEST_TIME" to confirm it exists, I Found REQUEST_URI, and REQUEST_TIME was not near REQUEST_URI. So in a first time  I thought be on a wrong way. It's only later I saw it  upper in the list.
 
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