[Svn] Update of trunk to PHP5
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Fri Apr 11 19:33:10 CEST 2008
>> 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.
Well, why should one protect files that are freely available as an open
source package? And I'm sure these webservers have their own features to
deny access to certain files.
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