[Svn] Update of trunk to PHP5
klimpong at gmail.com
Fri Apr 11 19:06:26 CEST 2008
On Fri, Apr 11, 2008 at 6:50 PM, Thomas Bruederli <roundcube at gmail.com> wrote:
> till wrote:
> > Btw, in the process, can we rename ".inc" to ".php"? It would mean we
> > can get rid off some options that block access to those files which
> > makes it more flexible for people who don't run Apache (thinking of
> > Lighttpd and IIS).
> I already renamed all files containing classes to keep the autoloader
> simple. The steps files could actually remain .inc unless you can give me a
> good reason to rename them. ".inc" means "to be included, no direct
> execution possible" but this is just a convention I invented.
> Do any webservers have limitations what files PHP can include? I've never
> heard of something like that and I think PHP opens the files itself without
> talking to the webserver.
> Do you have more details about this?
No, I am not concerned about PHP directly - I am more concerned that
standard installations cannot block access to it. Having all files in
.inc.php would get rid off this in .htaccess.
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