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Hello all. i today my plesk(8.3) upgrade to plesk 8.4.0. i have centos 5.1 os. ok no problem. no error. But this line changed. in php.ini (upgrade before): include_path = ...
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    Red face include_path php.ini


    Hello all.
    i today my plesk(8.3) upgrade to plesk 8.4.0. i have centos 5.1 os.
    ok no problem. no error.

    But this line changed. in php.ini (upgrade before):
    include_path = ".:"

    upgrade after:
    include_path = ".:.:"

    What mean ".:.:"?

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    The path includes the current directory (.) twice instead of the once you had before the upgrade. Entries in the path are separated by the colon character (.

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    Hmmm. Thanks for reply.

    Okay. Which true? which must to be?

    include_path = ".:"
    or
    What mean ".:.:" ?

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    Well, the first one means "Look in the current path"
    The second one means "Look in the current path and if
    you don't find the file, look again!"

    My guess, the upgrade added the path in again
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    elija thank you very much.

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